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Ok guys this is a toughy because I couldn't figure it out and I SCOURED the help file.

I need to hide a cmd window titled "C:\WINDOWS\System32\ftp.exe" and send the following keystrokes to it

Anonymous{enter}

(pass){enter}

cd /MServ/{enter}

put(and get) (certain.ini files){enter}

bye{enter}

Like can I do a WinSetState("C:\WINDOWS\System32\ftp.exe", "", @SW_HIDE) and still send info to it?

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ControlSend("C:\WINDOWS\System32\ftp.exe", "", "", "Anonymus{enter}")

etc.

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Cool your doing the same thing that I do. Did you ware able to download with the ftp ?

I didn't be able to pass text to ftp using the ControlSend function

If you have a solution can you write to me : sebastien.dionne@expertus.ca

thanks

that's my actual script

Run("ftp.exe")

WinWaitActive("C:\WINDOWS\system32\ftp.exe")

Send("open 10.10.10.10{ENTER}")

Sleep(100)

Send("test{ENTER}")

Sleep(100)

Send("test{ENTER}")

Sleep(100)

Send("cd /test{ENTER}")

Sleep(100)

Send("get test.txt{ENTER}")

Sleep(100)

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Check out my post...

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...t=ST&f=9&t=6884

When you Run a program with @SW_HIDE it's not actualy there for about 0.01 seconds. Control send will only SEND to a valid window. So put your ftp.exe in your script dir and have every Window command do @scriptdir & "\ftp.exe" and it works. Check the post I made functions and all that. Click on my signature, My autoit stuff, follow the functions link and hit ftp stuff.

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