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I dont know how to make this working or I am missing something - maybe in `#include` ?
at this point I have:

#RequireAdmin
    #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
    #include <FileConstants.au3>

    ;vcdredist
    Run($sDrivers & "\vcredist_x86.exe")
    WinWaitActive("vcredist_x86")
    ;ControlClick("Microsoft Visual C++ 2010  x86 Redistributable Maintenance", "","[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:3]")
    ControlClick("Microsoft Visual C++ 2010  x86 Redistributable Maintenance", "","[ID:105]")

I've checked with AutoIt v3 WIndow Control and arguments inside ControlClick are correct

none of last two lines make AutoIt select desired option.
Any help very much appreciated.

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I think the problem is the WinWaitActive, try

#RequireAdmin
#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
#include <FileConstants.au3>

;vcdredist
Run($sDrivers & "\vcredist_x86.exe")
WinWaitActive("Microsoft Visual C++ 2010  x86 Redistributable Maintenance")
ConsoleWrite('Found'&@CRLF)
;ControlClick("Microsoft Visual C++ 2010  x86 Redistributable Maintenance", "","[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:3]")
ControlClick("Microsoft Visual C++ 2010  x86 Redistributable Maintenance", "","[ID:105]")

 

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9 minutes ago, AutoBert said:

I think the problem is the WinWaitActive, try

#RequireAdmin
#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
#include <FileConstants.au3>

;vcdredist
Run($sDrivers & "\vcredist_x86.exe")
WinWaitActive("Microsoft Visual C++ 2010  x86 Redistributable Maintenance")
ConsoleWrite('Found'&@CRLF)
;ControlClick("Microsoft Visual C++ 2010  x86 Redistributable Maintenance", "","[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:3]")
ControlClick("Microsoft Visual C++ 2010  x86 Redistributable Maintenance", "","[ID:105]")

 

...still doesn't work :(

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You could use command line switches to silently install the program. Then there would be no need to automate the GUI.
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/astebner/2010/10/20/mailbag-how-to-perform-a-silent-install-of-the-visual-c-2010-redistributable-packages/

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To run a batch file use Run, RunWait or ShellExecute.

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Add "#RequireAdmin" to your script and then use "Run" to run the batch file.

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What do you mean by hidden files? Run exactly starts the file you specify.

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Maybe the batch file requires files in the directory of that batch file. Try adding the directory as the second parameter to the Run command as follows:

Run("c:\tmp\myDirectory\xyz.bat", "c:\tmp\myDirectory")

 

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