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Counterfitninja

Virtual server control

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I have been trying to convert this simple vbscript :

Set objVS = CreateObject("VirtualServer.Application")

Set objVM = objVS.FindVirtualMachine("sales")

Set objGuestOS = objVM.GuestOS

to autoit, however it fails on the second part. i have been testing with this:

$VS = ObjCreate("VirtualServer.Application")

$ft = $VS.FindVirtualMachine("sales")

but it fails. anythoughts?

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Have you tried putting some error logic in there to see if it's actually an object being returned, in the help file it said to always have error logic because not all machines have the same objects. Which would mean checking for @error or if the object = 0.

$VS = ObjCreate("VirtualServer.Application")
If @error Then ConsoleWrite("Error creating object")
$ft = $VS.FindVirtualMachine("sales")

or

$VS = ObjCreate("VirtualServer.Application")
If ($VS = 0) Then ConsoleWrite("Error creating object")
$ft = $VS.FindVirtualMachine("sales")

Also you might try using virtualserver.application all lowercase instead of VirtualServer.Application. Or some variance likt that. Not really familliar with Virtual Servers but those are some thoughts.

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Yeah i have tried error checking and lowercase but continually get, which suggests to me it fiun

(3) : ==> The requested action with this object has failed.:

$ft = $VS.FindVirtualMachine("sales")

$ft = $VS.FindVirtualMachine("sales")^ ERROR

->13:48:38 AutoIT3.exe ended.rc:1

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