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I'm using the RunAsSet function, this works fine. But when a user gives the wrong password you will get an error (Logon Failure: unknown User name or bad password).

What I want is this.

1. Get loginscreen

2. Check if pass is correct, if not goto step 1

3. Do something

1 and 3 are working, but I want an errorhandling like step 2.


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Looking in the AutoIt help file you can find that there's an option the suppress the hard error when a Run function fails. If you use this combined with a known EXE (I've used RUNDLL32.EXE in the past) you can test for success of credentials by success of the Run function.

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Here's an example :

AutoItSetOption ( "RunErrorsFatal", 0 )
RunAsSet($codeusager, @Computername, $passwd)

    $pid=Run ( 'C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe c:\', 'C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer' )
    If $pid = 0 Then
        MsgBox(4096,"Mot de passe invalide","The password is invalid")
Edited by Wolfmorder

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