Basically I want to log information from a shell.Run command into a log file.Dim WshShell Dim WshProcEnv. Set WshShell CreateObject("WScript.Shell"). Then save the file with a .VBS extention and shortcut it drop all the files (exe and vbs) in the same map (game installation folder).Is there a command that i can type after. WshShell.Run ("time.exe") then a command that automatic clicks OK.? WshShell.Run (which,1,true) That will stop it from giving the error when opening notepad.Executing an EXE inside a VBScript file that has s vbscript run external command software executable Back up files that have been changed or modified t  It wont work, if the whole command line (pathes and options) is enclosed in " (written as ""), but putting the " where they are needed (the full file spec for 7z.exe) should be correct.Use the "exec" method, not the "run" method, and get out of Google. Set WshShell CreateObject("WScript.
Shell"). Start Notepad.exe WshShell.Run "windirnotepad.exe" . Select, or bring Focus to a window named Notepad WshShell.AppActivate "Notepad" .The vbs and batch files performs the following procedures: Collects the executable. Quote Reply Topic: VB Scripting with WshShell.Run PSExec :( Posted: 19 June 2008 at 12:22pm.I am trying to do a couple of functions, the one that is stumping me is WshShell.Run and using psexec. I am getting the error file cant be found. What I need is a script that will check if the exe file is running if not then start the exe file, if it is running then all is good.Set WshShell WScript.CreateObject ("WScript.Shell").
Set colProcessList GetObject("Winmgmts:").ExecQuery ("Select from Win32Process"). The WshShell object. strCommand. The name of the file that starts the application.Set objWshShell WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") objWshShell.Run "Control. exe Inetcpl.cpl", 1, True. This Run method launches Control Panels Internet Properties dialog box. It will never run any application from local resource directly. It may ask you to download the file before running it.WshShell new ActiveXObject("WScript.Shell") WshShell.Run ("c:/windows/system32/notepad.exe", 1, false) Run notepad and wait for the process to end WshShell.Run "notepad c:mydoc.txt", 3, true. Read/write text files.1 oShellLink.Hotkey "CTRLSHIFTF" oShellLink.IconLocation "notepad. exe, 0" oShellLink.Description "Shortcut Script" oShellLink.WorkingDirectory strDesktop oShellLink.Save You must include any parameters you want to pass to the executable file.Copy Code. Set WshShell WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") WshShell. Run "windirnotepad " WScript.ScriptFullName. FUNCTION CP() SET WSHShell CreateObject(WScript.