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I don't think that can be done...

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NTBM

Just to clarify are you asking, to look at a given directory and then copy any and all exe files to another given directory.

Then look at the destination directory and execute any exe file that is located in it?

This should be possible. But am unsure if this is what you mean

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RadoiCatalin

Mmm...something like that, but without addressing the exact file name. Even if a file's original name of 'app.exe' is changed to 'bpp.exe', it can still be copied and run by another compiled script.

As in wildcard? But I don't want to run just any .exe.

if the program you want to run is a script...use a temporary file or a a registry value where the program write the next name and directory; and the other scipt read the value and run the program...

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SmOke_N

Generally you can accomplish something like this with it's checksum value.

Edit:

Let me iterate this... You would either need to check the entire drive for the correct checksum and then run it when you found it, or you would need to document the change somewhere. Checking the entire drive for it, would probably take a while :) but if you never know what it is going to be named or where it will be, may be your only alternative.

Edited by SmOke_N

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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