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rmusick

OK, I am 99.9% sure this is something simple, but really a Autoit Newb.  

could someone tell me what is wrong with this?

RunWait("x:\Setup.exe -wait -quiet -responsefile '"C:\Windows\Temp\sdwresponse.properties"'")

getting a syntax error.

Thanks

Edited by rmusick
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rmusick

I should add that this is the correct syntax IF you are running from a bat file:

x:\setup.exe -wait -quiet -responsefile "C:\Windows\Temp\sdwresponse.properties"

Edited by rmusick
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RunWait('x:\Setup.exe -wait -quiet -responsefile "C:\Windows\Temp\sdwresponse.properties"')

Just use single quotes to surround the string to keep the inner double quotes correct.


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