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What happens if you copy the file with the AutoIt command FileCopy. Before, if necessary, check with FileExists whether the target directory exists (evaluate @error).


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I did originally write this for XP.  I've been using it many years.  Currently I'm using it in Windows 10.

I tried this:

#include <WinAPIError.au3>
If Not FileCopy("C:\Dnload\9xAddons\Shutdown.lnk", @DesktopCommonDir, 9) Then
    $iLastError = _WinAPI_GetLastError()
    $sLastErrorMessage = _WinAPI_GetLastErrorMessage()
    Msgbox(0, "Show Error ", $iLastError & " - " & $sLastErrorMessage & @CRLF)

And found it does copy the file.

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11 hours ago, Docfxit said:

"C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop"

Just for the record: Doubt that target is correct ....   shouldn't that have been been something like: C:\Users\Default\Desktop

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