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Guest Guidosoft

Wondering if anyone is using AutoIT for client/server scripting.  I'm thinking about building a web page on a server with all of my useful IT scripts all on one page

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wtf? This poor guy didn't get no resposces. I'm not sure about AutoIt being used for server side scripting.
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Wondering if anyone is using AutoIT for client/server scripting.  I'm thinking about building a web page on a server with all of my useful IT scripts all on one page

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I'm pretty sure some of the folk here have made their own server/client scripts, some use IM and an autoit script that responds to commands in the chat client...

you mean serverside proccessing like php or cgi? I don't think so...

"I'm not even supposed to be here today!" -Dante (Hicks)

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Guest Guidosoft

I'm pretty sure some of the folk here have made their own server/client scripts, some use IM and an autoit script that responds to commands in the chat client...

you mean serverside proccessing like php or cgi?  I don't think so...

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ain't thaugh it popible. Great enlis me goat hair yur thunk?
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ain't thaugh it popible. Great enlis me goat hair yur thunk?

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who knows what that meant, hopefully you'll read this when you're sober and realize you should seek help.

"I'm not even supposed to be here today!" -Dante (Hicks)

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  • 3 weeks later...

Yes, I've developed client server app using autoit 2.

It dialed aol connection on the computer that was sharing

internet connection on demand by any of the computers on

the lan. And I know, I know, he should have been using a

better ISP, but he was my client (not a buddy), so it was

his choice.

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