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Marcus Sthlm

Syntax Error Set Objnetwork?

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Hi

Allow me to present my problem altough I'm so very stupid when it comes to programing...

I've got a script called map_printers.vbs which map some printers when launched. When I paste this snippet into AutoIT (Scitex) I get an error. This is the code:

Set objNetwork = CreateObject("WScript.Network") 
objNetwork.AddWindowsPrinterConnection "\\server\prt1"
objNetwork.AddWindowsPrinterConnection "\\server\prt2"
objNetwork.AddWindowsPrinterConnection "\\server\prt3"

Errormessage:

(1,5) : ERROR: syntax error Set objNetwork

If anyone could help me get kickstarted I would really like it!

Roll on & thanks!

/Marcus

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This is still vbs code ... not autoit3...

Should be something like this: (Untested)

$objNetwork = ObjCreate("WScript.Network") 
$objNetwork.AddWindowsPrinterConnection ("\\server\prt1")

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This is still vbs code ... not autoit3...

Should be something like this: (Untested)

$objNetwork = ObjCreate("WScript.Network") 
$objNetwork.AddWindowsPrinterConnection ("\\server\prt1")
Dude, that was a fast answer!!! SWEET!

Your example didn't work, by the way.

(1) : ==> Unknown function name.:

Cheers!

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Dude, that was a fast answer!!! SWEET!

Your example didn't work, by the way.

Cheers!

You need to use the Beta version of AutoIt3 .......

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You need to use the Beta version of AutoIt3 .......

Wohoo! Your example works now! I guess it did all the time, but it works for me. After installing beta. Am I annoying? Naw, just happy. Thanks mate!

:)

Carry on! =)

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