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Stuperman

Is there any way to run commands that you would normally use in cmd but with script?

Basically, here is the program:

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop Messenger{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config Messenger start= disabled{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config ERSvc start= disabled{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop ERSvc{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop helpsvc{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config helpsvc start= demand{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop FastUserSwitchingCompatibility{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config FastUserSwitchingCompatibility start= demand{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop MDM{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config MDM start= disabled{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop VSS{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config VSS start= manual{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop idsvc{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config idsvc start= disabled{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop WMPnetworksvc{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config WMPnetworksvc start= demand{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop RemoteRegistry{Enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config RemoteRegistry start= demand{Enter}")

$rc = MsgBox(36,"Wireless","Does this computer connect to a wireless network?")

If $rc = 6 Then

Exit

EndIf

If $rc = 7 Then

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("net stop WZCSVC{enter}")

Send("#r")

WinWait("Run")

Send("sc config WZCSVC start= demand{Enter}")

EndIf

I am just disabling services as kind of a beginning tweaking program. Please write back. Thanks.

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Jos

2 options:

Write the commands you want to perform to a BAT file and RunWait() the batfile.

Or something like:

RunWait(@Comspec &  ' /c net stop Messenger')
etc..
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Stuperman

I guess I was looking for a way to do it without using command at all. Make it where the command windows won't pop up, it just does it. Anything like that?

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Jos

You will have to use the cmd program but ofcourse can hide it :D

RunWait(@Comspec &  ' /c net stop Messenger',"",@SW_HIDE)
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