I've recently been getting hammered by Symantec SEP deleting all of my compiled scripts so I'm trying to figure out how I could run my scripts uncompiled.
Problem is, these scripts are typically launched from inside Citrix sessions that I don't have control of so I can't install AutoIT in there to get all the #Include files that my scripts are using.
I tried to use AU3Stripper and while, yes that did create a single file and I could run it. it put it in a state that I couldn't easily maintain going forward.
Is there any existing way to pull all the functions and drop them at the end of the main script? Not sure about the Globals and Constants though, I guess they would have to go to the top which shoves everything else down. I also need to maintain the current script spacing and comments as I often have to update older scripts and need the comments to help with that.
Hi there I have The smtp mailer by Jos working perfectly I wrote a user friendly GUI for it and everything. Just one question can you send signatures at the bottom of the email through the smtp. I assume maybe clipboard put and clipboard get to copy and paste the email into the body of the script email. Idk please help. Maybe use html idk im looking every where and can't find any awnsers.
Maybe if I get the full html code for the email signature save it to a txt file. And then use file read and put it at the bottom of the email body? I will test it and let you guys know.
I didn't really know how to name the titel .. so let me explain it a bit further.
You all might know that a compiled Autoit-Exe gives an error message containing the Error and the line when it crashes. Often those messages aren't usefull because it states the line in the compiled script is not the line in your script if you have used includes. Decompiling the exe often doesn't help either. Well .. I don't want to start a discussion about the benefits of those messages.
I just want to disable them. I want my exe to just fail an crash and that's it. Nothing more. When there's an error there's an error. Autoit is the only language I have ever noticed those message boxes.
I think now you can understand me ..
Do you know any way to do this?
Some compiler options or so? Or is it that deep implemented in Autoit that it can't be removed?
Thanks for your help!
Think this has been discussed before, but is there any way of signing a compiled script with a certificate?
Reason I ask is that some AV products keep on producing 'Generic Trojan' false positives on compiled scripts. I'm told that signing with a certificate from a trusted source might reduce this problem.
In a bizarre twist of events a client installed McAfee Antivirus Plus (the paid version). I have scripts running there, the simplest is a little HTTP downloader, which opens HTML pages and downloads some files. These scripts have been running for years. The new AV kills the process. The process just "disappears" with no warning.
I can not find an "exception" setting. IT on site had to kill it in the Task Manager and restart the PC. All other AV products (even the free ones) have an easily accessible Exception setting.
Note that the standard McAfee that typically comes with Acrobat does not do this, yet.
Any advice on this please? Other than "get a new AV"? This has been suggested and as they just dished out the cash, not a current option.