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Internet Connect/Disconnect

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Hi,

I am now looking for yet another function...

this time it is something to temporarily dissconnect the computer running the script,

I have tried the TCPShutdown() and UDPShutdown() functions but they don't seem to do anything,

or at least not what i am looking for,

so is there and UDFs or another way to do this?

Thanks

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Hi,

I am now looking for yet another function...

this time it is something to temporarily dissconnect the computer running the script,

I have tried the TCPShutdown() and UDPShutdown() functions but they don't seem to do anything,

or at least not what i am looking for,

so is there and UDFs or another way to do this?

Thanks

Hello,

just an idea:

maybe you can enable/disable the network interface


dworldI'm new in autoit, but I like it. My mind is open to the new things.

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Hi,

I am now looking for yet another function...

this time it is something to temporarily dissconnect the computer running the script,

I have tried the TCPShutdown() and UDPShutdown() functions but they don't seem to do anything,

or at least not what i am looking for,

so is there and UDFs or another way to do this?

Thanks

What reason would you need this? Without it being within the autoit client application you created, you aren't going to achieve this.

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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Hello,

just an idea:

maybe you can enable/disable the network interface

Well,

TCPShutdown() is the closes thing i can find to that...

@SmOke_N:

I am actually looking to dissable the connection on a specific process,

but it is better i think if i just dissconnect.

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Well,

this seems not to be something that Autoit is able to do,

so,

time for a .bat file :)

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