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DirCopy is not a process....

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Normally I assign a variable to an install and do something like this to let the installers know that something is happening.

$OCP = Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & $Patches & "FileFormatConverters.exe /quiet /passive /norestart", "", @SW_HIDE)
        While ProcessExists($OCP)
            TrayTip("Installing Office 2007 Compatibility Pack", "Please be patient.", 5)
            Sleep(250)
        WEnd
        TrayTip("x", "", 0)

How can I determine if a DirCopy is running so I can do something similar?


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Look at question 6 in the FAQ.

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DOH! Never thought about using that. Works like a champ. Thanks.


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