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Windows 10
Windows 7
AutoIT v3.3.14.2

I'm trying to compile a script that contains a run command with multiple quotes, but can't get it to run properly. However, even though it doesn't run successfully, I'm not seeing any error messages during compilation or execution. Here's what it looks like...

Local $Program = Run(@ComSpec & ' /C SchTasks /Create /XML "%~DP0SetDefaultPDFReader.xml" /TN "\SetDefaultPDFReader" /RU "<domain\user>" /RP "<password>"',"",@SW_HIDE)

I must have the quotes wrong, but I've tried every combination of single/double I could think of.

Any suggestions?

Thanx.

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If you do something like this:

ConsoleWrite(' /C SchTasks /Create /XML "%~DP0SetDefaultPDFReader.xml" /TN "\SetDefaultPDFReader" /RU "<domain\user>" /RP "<password>"' & @CRLF)

Does the output look like what you would type into the CMD window?

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