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The following works if manually entered from an admin (required) command prompt:

C:\windows\system32\curl.exe -s -k -H "Authorization: Bearer xxxxxAPI keyxxxxx" "http://192.168.0.117:3000/render/xxxxx" > c:\temp\test34.png

But not this :

#RequireAdmin
ShellExecute('C:\windows\system32\curl.exe','-s -k -H "Authorization: Bearer xxxxxAPI keyxxxxx" "http://192.168.0.117:3000/render/xxxxx" > c:\temp\test34.png')

Or this:

#RequireAdmin
Run('C:\windows\system32\curl.exe -s -k -H "Authorization: Bearer xxxxxAPI keyxxxxx" "http://192.168.0.117:3000/render/xxxxx" > c:\temp\test34.png')

 

The program seems to run but doesn't return result (png file creation), like when admin rights are missing.

 

Probably something obvious missing, Can someone assist with troubleshooting  ? Thank you!


 

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You need to start the shell to be able to redirect data to a file :

Run(@comspec & ' /c C:\windows\system32\curl.exe -s -k -H "Authorization: Bearer xxxxxAPI keyxxxxx" "http://192.168.0.117:3000/render/xxxxx" > c:\temp\test34.png')

 

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Alternatively, you could write the curl output to a file using the -o switch.

#RequireAdmin

ShellExecute('C:\windows\system32\curl.exe','-sk -H "Authorization: Bearer xxxxxAPI keyxxxxx" -o c:\temp\test34.png "http://192.168.0.117:3000/render/xxxxx"')

or

Run('C:\windows\system32\curl.exe -sk -H "Authorization: Bearer xxxxxAPI keyxxxxx" -o c:\temp\test34.png "http://192.168.0.117:3000/render/xxxxx"')

 

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12 minutes ago, Homeseer666 said:

Is there a good write up on @comspec usage as I'd like to better understand how "/c" "/k" and other parameters/arguments are used.

Start with e.g. https://ss64.com/nt/cmd.html

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@Musashi has provided you my preferred link.  I refer to it from time to time.  DOS gets further and further far away in my memory :P

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24 minutes ago, Homeseer666 said:

are switch combinations allowed ?

Curl's single-dash options, that do not require additional information, can be combined.

https://curl.se/docs/manpage.html

Look under OPTIONS
 

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1 minute ago, Nine said:

@Musashi has provided you my preferred link. ...

Mine as well ;).

@Homeseer666 : On https://ss64.com/nt/ you will find almost everything you need. There are also a number of commands that can be executed using Run and RunWait  directly (without @Comspec).

 

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