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Gotha007

"Start" command

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello guys,

I would like to use the "start" instruction in AutoIt.

But I don't find an example. I'm completely new at it.

Could someone help me with this?

I made a small program with MMB and I would like to use this instruction:

start /D f:\APIPRO42\WORK F:\apipro42\dlcwin\bin\prowin32.exe -pf apiprous.pf -ininame apipro.ini

I don't know how I could get it into a script.

Secondly:

Can someone tell me how I can use the "NET USE" instruction in a script.

Thank you for replying and it would be a great help.

Edited by Gotha007

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

start /D f:\APIPRO42\WORK F:\apipro42\dlcwin\bin\prowin32.exe -pf apiprous.pf -ininame apipro.ini

In Autoit use Run() or RunWait()

Run("F:\apipro42\dlcwin\bin\prowin32.exe -pf apiprous.pf -ininame apipro.ini", "f:\APIPRO42\WORK" )

About NET USE look at my similar NET SEND wrapper here

Edited by Zedna

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THANX !!! :)

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