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VB Script in Kix

Posted on 2006-06-21
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How can I put this VB script into a kix23.exe log on script:

Set wshShell = WScript.CreateObject ("WSCript.shell")
wshshell.run "C:\Progra~1\MultiRes\MultiRes.exe /1024,768,32,70"
set wshshell = nothing

I will move multires.exe to to an open network share.
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Question by:RobertoYzaguirre
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i don't know kix very well,

but have you tried this:

Shell "C:\Progra~1\MultiRes\MultiRes.exe /1024,768,32,70"
Exit
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