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Just like it says in the title. A scripter from my company gave me a script to make it run, but he's not around anymore, and my drive finally failed with no working backup.

I run PortableRoboForm (http://www.roboform.com/for-usb-roboform2go-windows) version 6 from a USB drive to automate password management for hundreds of accounts with different passwords.RoboForm lets me do this, and they even have a Portable version, but it's not that portable and I'd like to use it inside a PortableApps (http://portableapps.com/) launcher.

I'd like to create a script to go to the root of the USB drive and run "PortableRoboForm.exe". PortableApps only sees executables in subdirectories of the \PortableApps folder of the USB drive. RoboForm2Go only installs and executes in the root directory of the USB drive.

I tried using the fantastic little _GetFileDrive function, but I keep getting an error indicating it's trying to run the file in the subdirectory so obviously I'm not using _GetFileDrive right. Any help for a newbie would be appreciated.

; Change the working directory to the root of this file.
FileChangeDir(_GetFileDrive(@ScriptDir))

; Run the PortableRoboForm executable.
Run(PortableRoboForm.exe,"")

; Get the drive letter of a filepath. Idea from _PathSplit.
Func _GetFileDrive($sFilePath)
    Return StringLeft($sFilePath, StringInStr($sFilePath, ":", 2, 1) + 1)
EndFunc   ;==>_GetFileDrive

EDIT: Nevermind, found the option to set it up to run from the PortableApps menu.

Edited by AlHazred
Solved own issue.

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