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Hi,

I have problem to have my program executed properly in windows 8 or 10. I develop it in XP and first question is, do I have to develop/compile and then run in same  environment to get it right? Compiled files work perfect in all other platforms but not in Windows 8 or 10..
I use temporary data in subDir in ProgramData and program is working, but not with FTP, it dont resolve DNS for me when connecting. Extended Error Code 12007.

My compiled program is installed by a "Install Creater Pro" (clickteam.com) in the targetcomputer.
Computer I test on with Windows 10  is runing in Developer Mode. I tested Sideload mode as well.
MS Info about Sideload: https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/apps/xaml/dn706236.aspx

Any help is appriciated,

GetFTPfile.au3

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