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TCP connectivity at boot-up

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uplink477

Ok so iam trying to script that when started it reads some data from some files on the hard-disk, then it Init's a connection back to the server side where the server takes the data and stores it for later refrence. the only problem is whenever the "client" script is started from the registry the connection never makes it, however if i start the application manually it works fine, ive even included a small loop in the script to try and connect if there is no connections active but even that dont work any help would be great,

a bit more info,

iam running windows XP sp2 for testing the client side and Windows XP sp3 for the server side

the registry key is under Hkey_local_machine\microsoft\windows\current Ver\Run\

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uplink477

Anyone experienced this before? anyone attempted something like this before?

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LarryDalooza

A network must be available. You will need to loop your connect until it succeeds. The network is not always available right away at boot up... perhaps.

Lar.


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uplink477

A network must be available. You will need to loop your connect until it succeeds. The network is not always available right away at boot up... perhaps.

Lar.

nope didnt work i tryed makeing my script sleep for 5 mins beofer it did anythign, still same problem

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cppman

Are you checking if TCPStartup is failing? Also, check the error of the TCPConnect function.

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