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I'm having a trouble with TCPAccept() on compiled scripts.
This script I made to test:
#include <Debug.au3> _DebugSetup() TCPStartup() $Main = TCPListen("0.0.0.0", 8081) _DebugOut("TCPListen output: " & $Main) While True $ac = TCPAccept($Main) _DebugOut("TCPAccept return: " & $ac) If $ac <> -1 Then _DebugOut("There's someone out here!") TCPSend($ac, "hi") EndIf WEndWorks fine if I run it by pressing F5 on SciTe window.
But if I compile it and then execute the executable file, it does not work. Instead, NetCat tells me that the connection timed out (I've tested other clients as well):
I've checked if the port is really opened, if I really can open it, if there is other software using that port, but everything showed that it should connect.
Btw, netstat -an shows that the port is really listening (when I execute my file). It listens, but does not accept.
I use no antivirus software (I use this Windows installation for coding only) and Windows Firewall is disabled. I've tried, anyway, allowing my exe file on Firewall rules, but it also did not work. Running as administrator also did not help.
I believe it's a Windows (Firewall?) bug rather than an AutoIt bug. How can I manage to solve this?
Thanks in advance.
I'm trying to install AutoIT on a [Windows 2003] machine that has restricted access - I can't install any files, nor can I request or access Administrator rights.
So far I've tried installing AutoIT on another machine (into a folder called AutoIt-Transfer), zipping that file, and unzipping it on the Windows 2003 virtual machine. It does work, however it doesn't work well. There are many restrictions - MsgBox does not work for example.
Does anyone know of a workaround? For example, does AutoIT install files to the Windows directory? Maybe I can just copy/paste them in there?
I dug this UDF out in response to a request in the General Help forum. There is still some tidying to do, but I thought I would post here for anyone that would benefit. All functions have been tested on both XP and Windows 7.
Updated January 22, 2014:
Tested on XP, WIN7 and WIN8.1, x86 and x64
Current version includes:
Enable or Disable the Windows Firewall Add or Remove Authorized Applications to the Exclusions list Add or Delete Ports from the Exclusions list. Enable or Disable the use of Exceptions Enable or Disable Notifications of blocked applications Enable or Disable Existing Ports List all Applications in the Exclusions List List all Ports in the Exclusions List List Properties of the current Firewall Configuration Restore the Windows Firewall to its default configuration Windows Firewall.au3