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WinSetState("Aphrodite - Upgrade & Install", "OK")

WinWait("Aphrodite - Upgrade & Install")

ControlClick ( "Aphrodite - Upgrade & Install", "OK", 2)

WinSetState( "WinZip Self-Extractor - Persm050102-0008UI.exe", "Unzip")

WinWait("WinZip Self-Extractor - Persm050102-0008UI.exe")

ControlSend ( "WinZip Self-Extractor - Persm050102-0008UI.exe", "Unzip", 106, $pad6 )

ControlClick ( "WinZip Self-Extractor - Persm050102-0008UI.exe", "Unzip", 1)

WinSetState("WinZip Self-Extractor - Password", "password")

WinWait("WinZip Self-Extractor - Password")

ControlSend ( "WinZip Self-Extractor - Password", "password", 402, "xxxx" )

ControlClick ( "WinZip Self-Extractor - Password", "password", 1)

This script unzips Persm050102-0008UI.exe. It gives 3 screens. I have to fill in a path, press a few buttons and give in a password.

1) Is it possible to run this completely hidden. Can't get it done with @HIDE.

2) When 1) is solved, do you think it's possible to run this (as a service) on a server where NOBODY is logged on?

THX for helping me

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

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@SW_SHOWMINIMIZED gives it mimimized but @SW_HIDE does not work.

It gives the first screen, hides it... after hiding the script doesn't go further anymore...

Without 'winsetstate' the script works perfect (but than it's not hidden of course)

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I think it's not working because once you hide it, it's not active anymore. You would have to check the processes and select that one to continue it. I don't know if that would keep it hidden though.

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@bala

you're probably right, I don't think I can hide it...

P.S. I can select an application to continue but I don't think it's possible to select a process to continue...

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