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How can I mount and unmount iso files?


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I know that Windows explorer will do it for me in Windows 10/11, but how do I trigger explorer to mount and unmount the iso from Autoit? 

Thanks for your time. :) 

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1 hour ago, Subz said:

Oh cool! I wouldn't have guessed that. Powershell is a bit more powerful than I thought.
Can we execute ps commands in Autoit by any chance?

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"If a vegetarian eats vegetables,What the heck does a humanitarian eat?"

"I hear voices in my head, but I ignore them and continue on killing."

"You have forced me to raise the indifference warning to beige, it's a beige alert people. As with all beige alerts please prepare to think about the possibility of caring."

An optimist says that giving someone power DOESN'T immediately turn them into a sadist. A pessimist says that giving someone power doesn't IMMEDIATELY turn them into a sadist.

 

 
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You can execute PowerShell commands/scripts in AutoIt as demonstrated through the techniques from this post to this post. Simple example in this post.

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