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How to load a scirpt from internet?

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Now i have a big problem with my script.I want create a script to auto load from web when i click on the link.Any ideas for me?Thank you very much.Ex: when i send a link to my friend he kick on it and it auto load into his computer.

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Hi,

Welcome to the forum!

Ex: When i send a link to my friend he kick on it and it auto load into his computer.

You'll need a webserver to publish your script and then simply send a URL to your friend pointing to the correct URL.

Then the normal "Save as" dialog of IE should pop up giving your friend the option to save your script. -- Or to refuse that.

If you are asking how to manipulate a URL so your script will execute on a single click without any (security) questions, this would sound very much like malware distribution...

regards, Rudi.


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Now i have a big problem with my script.I want create a script to auto load from web when i click on the link.Any ideas for me?Thank you very much.Ex: when i send a link to my friend he kick on it and it auto load into his computer.

Why would a link to a compiled AutoIt script .exe file be any different from a link to Notepad.exe? It will work the same, and trigger the same security concerns as a link to any other .exe file. The concerns about downloading an .exe by a web link are legitimate, so what's the "big problem"?

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