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Hello i got trouble when i try to move the CMD windows in the picture attached

Anyhelp apreciated... not my first winmove...

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Here the used code

Case $ControlCPL
                     GUISetState(@SW_SHOW, $hGUI2)
                     GUISetState(@SW_HIDE, $hGUI)
                     RunAs ( $UID&"", @ComputerName&"",$Password&"", "" , "C:\Windows\System32\Cmd.exe" )
                     Sleep (2000)
                     WinMove("Administrateur : C:\Windows\System32\Cmd.exe","",0,0)
                     WinMove("Administrator: C:\Windows\System32\Cmd.exe","",0,0)
                     WinMove("Console ADMIN","",660,0)

I got the both language in my PC Park so that's why i use administrator and administrateur line

It work with administrator but not administrateur....

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Working without requireAdmin for administrator tittle windows so why i whould requireadmin for administrateur tittle name ?

It s a simple windows move

I just want to move the windows


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Administrator:

Administrateur :

one has space there, other not. maybe thats the problem?

 

It s whanted, that's why i attached the process list in the picture. So you can see there is 2 space in the frensh name.

I was wondering why... but no answer

Still i tryed without the first space but it does not working still... this test has been already done

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Working without requireAdmin for administrator tittle windows so why i whould requireadmin for administrateur tittle name ?

It s a simple windows move

I just want to move the windows

You saying it does not work?

EDIT: never mind , I mis read.

Edited by JohnOne

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Is it possible to do :

$Windows1 =   RunAs ( $UID&"", @ComputerName&"",$Password&"", "" , "C:\Windows\System32\Cmd.exe" )

Winmove ( $Windows1 , "" , 0 ,0 )

??


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Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 1)

$1stwintitle = "Administrato"
$2stwintitle = "Administrate"

try adding those in the long title place.

 

or you can go universally :

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)
Winmove("System32\Cmd.exe", ........)
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You saying it does not work?

I am saying :

-The second WinMove with english name is wworking without #RequireAdmin

-Why the first WinMove whould need #RequireAdmin then... ?


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Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 1)

$1stwintitle = "Administrato"
$2stwintitle = "Administrate"

try adding those in the long title place.

Working With En

Now trying with Fr and mark as solve if it s working.


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Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 1)

$1stwintitle = "Administrato"
$2stwintitle = "Administrate"

try adding those in the long title place.

 

or you can go universally :

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)
Winmove("System32\Cmd.exe", ........)

Not working with Fr

Working with En

:o

Gonna try this later

or you can go universally :

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)

Winmove("System32Cmd.exe", ........)

Edited by caramen

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Nothing is working the windows is not moving anyway i can use... wtf is this ?


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ah anyway i was mistaking in the modified lines of codes (1600 lines) and i tryed the option 2 in the wrong section

It s working with Option 2 now...

Edited by caramen

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