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clivebuckwheat

Urgent help needed installing a pesky Xerox DocuColor 242 Unattended

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You could either integrate everything in your autoit script (using runwait and run command) or modify your batch script like this:

start /separate "process security warning" \\MyPrintserver\WindowsSecurityInstallYes.exe

Hmmm. :unsure:

http://ss64.com/nt/start.html

Options for 16-bit WINDOWS programs only

/SEPARATE Start in separate memory space (more robust)

/SHARED Start in shared memory space (default)

I would try with a simpler:

START "process security warning" \\MyPrintserver\WindowsSecurityInstallYes.exe

and then try with:

START "process security warning" /MIN \\MyPrintserver\WindowsSecurityInstallYes.exe

Indeed the missing piece of the puzzle was to start the autoit script in a different process, so the rest of the batch file still runs. Thank you all, everything now works.

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Indeed the missing piece of the puzzle was to start the autoit script in a different process, so the rest of the batch file still runs. Thank you all, everything now works.

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