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Forgive me, but I am learning AutoIT, so maybe I just missed something obvious here. Here is my code:

GuiCreate("Citrix Server System Setup GUI",500, 700)

$ServerName = GuiCtrlCreateLabel("Server Name", 5, 5, 150, 18)

$Input_ServerName = GuiCtrlCreateInput("", 75, 5, 100, 18)

$DomainName = GuiCtrlCreateLabel("Domain Name", 5, 35, 150, 18)

$Input_DomainName = GuiCtrlCreateInput("", 75, 35, 100, 18)

...More Stuff...

$SubmitButton = GUICtrlCreateButton ("Submit", 25, 660, 70,20)


While 1

$msg = GuiGetMsg()


Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE


Case $msg = $SubmitButton

RegWrite("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\CCS", "Servername", "REG_SZ", $Input_ServerName)

RegWrite("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\CCS", "Domain", "REG_SZ", $Input_DomainName)


Case Else




What I THOUGHT I was doing was dumping whatever the user typed into the input field defined in the first few lines and writing them to the registry when they clicked on SUBMIT. Indeed, the keys are written, the valuename is written, but no matter what I type in those fields what I actually see written for a value is a number (so when I type "TESTSERVER" in that first field I get "6" in HKLM\Software\CCS\ServerName). Very bizarre.

I will also post a question in the GUI support forum that is related - I need to make nice little radio buttons, let the user click on the value in each group, and dump the value to the same set of reg keys.



Edited by AramisResearch

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You create a new control

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