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What is required to run a script on a Distro Computer

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I utilized Autoit inside a VB6 program. It works fine on the computer I developed it on. (Autoit is installed)

When I run my VB6 pgm on a computer which does not have Autoit installed I receive a run 429 error.

As soon as I install Autoit all works well.

Since I wish install my pgm on other computers which do not and cannot have Autoit installed, what action and what files do I need to include which my application?

Thanks

;)

Joe

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If you want to write script to a file and then run it, or distribute it to another PC. Like, for example, a dynamic script writer. Include the Aut2Exe.exe and AutoItSC.bin files.

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I utilized Autoit inside a VB6 program. It works fine on the computer I developed it on. (Autoit is installed)

When I run my VB6 pgm on a computer which does not have Autoit installed I receive a run 429 error.

As soon as I install Autoit all works well.

Since I wish install my pgm on other computers which do not and cannot have Autoit installed, what action and what files do I need to include which my application?

Thanks

:lmao:

Joe

Sorry but its still not clear,

In my application, I am only using these three functions for AutoIt:

AutoItX3.ControlSend

AutoItX3.ControlFocus

AutoItX3.ControlClick

Set AutoItX3 = CreateObject("AutoItX3.Control")

Do I require AutoIT to be loaded in order to use the functions above ? ( in order for my app to work on a computer with no AutoIT)

What files must be in system 32 in order fo AutoIt to work?

Thanks

Joe ;)

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You need the AutoIt3X.dll runtime and have it registered for use as it is not native to any OS.

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