I don't quite remember how to convert a .vbs to an exe. I know you utilize the WiseScript Editor but I don't remember how to do it. I appreciate any help

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You can use Wisescript to do it by using the Execute Program function and having the Wisescript call cscript or wscript to run the VBS file. Also you can use the Get Temporary File Name function to create an obfuscated filename that you can use when putting the VBS in the temp directory. I tried looking around to see if you could get Wiscript to call the file from within the EXE but I could not find anything that does that.
Answered 01/30/2006 by: kkaminsk
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I believe you can convert .vbs files to encrypted .exe's via Admin Script Editor.. look here.

WiseScript Editor doesn't do this, but you can call your vbs from a WiseScript .exe as kkaminsk suggests...

Hope it helps,
Answered 01/31/2006 by: MSIPackager
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