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Old May 26th, 2007, 11:53 AM
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Hey...I really have a problem with visual basic script. I wanna do a program that can install other unattandet(such as Office, adobe reader etc.) programs over LAN in a firm. But I have no idea how to make the "Istall" button(like the installer program PSEXEC.exe but with hidden password). Because it has to install the selected programs on the selected computers. Can anyone help me with these, please? I really need some help with that...

 
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Ok, now i have the installer program but what i need now is not so complicated but for a noob like me it is... :D can anyon help me how to make sort button(it has to sort alphabeticaly - a,b,c,d etc) and a clear list button(i have a list of computers and it has to clear it)? Please i really need this.






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