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You can try compiling without the compressor (UPX), which will result in a larger executable, but may not then get a false positive from AV.

To do that, you can use the /nopack parameter on the compile command-line.

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13 minutes ago, TheDcoder said:

I think OP wants to create a self-extracting archive

Because there is a conflict about what is wanted as topic title versus question in the first post, which seem to have no bearing on each other, I answered the question in the first post only. Thread titles can be misleading.

Brevity is not helpful when terms are misused, so you could be right, and it is related to the install option instead.

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sorry, I mean that when I download the version of autoit AutoIt– Self Extracting Archive, and I want to use it in USB stick, for mobile use, this is not possible because AV block AutoIt

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2 hours ago, TheSaint said:

You can try compiling without the compressor (UPX), which will result in a larger executable, but may not then get a false positive from AV.

To do that, you can use the /nopack parameter on the compile command-line.

ok, last think.. how set  /nopack  for disable UPX?

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Are you talking about a script you have compiled with AutoIt and used the install option to include files? Or are you referring to the installer file for AutoIt? Or maybe something else?

If the first option, then depending on how you compile the script, you can disable UPX with the /nopack command-line parameter or just disable compression with the menu option for that. Refer to the Help file for instructions.

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I'm only big and bad, to those who have an over-active imagination.

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