you cannot run scripts if not logged in as administrator, but it would be 
possible to run an .exe . not sure if you know how to program c++ or vb.


> Thanks Jeremy, faxing is done by customer service, so everyone will need
> access to this option. I am having to quickly come-up-to-speed on vbscript;
> in my free time. We can get around this feature not working for a 
> while, but not for too long.
> 
> Bobby Ramirez
> Senior Programmer
> Body Wise International
> 714-368-1260
> http://www.bodywise.com/
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeremy Adell [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2004 1:58 PM
> To: U2 Users Discussion List
> Subject: Re: Dialing a Fax/Modem from A UV basic program
> 
> Bobby, on the NT system are you logged in with administrator 
> privileges when
> 
> this will be run, or as a limited user?
> If administrator, you can use 'DOS /c ' similar to the shell 
> command. This will get you away from the UV contraints.  I would not 
> recommend using a batch script, but something a little more powerful 
> like wsh scripting. you will need to know a bit about either 
> javascript or vbscript. It should give you control over everything 
> you would need in windows to do this. 'DOS /c cscript filename'. 
> Hopefully there is a simpler option though.
> 
> > I have a program i need to port to a win2k server from DG/UX. This 
program
> > generates a report that can be printed or Faxed. It dials a modem
> connected
> > to the unix server, and off goes the report. Has anyone tried a simular
> > process on an NT server?
> > 
> > My thought was to setup a Fax modem, and have the program execute a batch
> > script to dial the number, but i am not sure how to "spool" to a fax,
> >  this ring any bells with anyone?
> > 
> > Bobby Ramirez
> > Senior Programmer
> > Body Wise International
> > 714-368-1260
> > http://www.bodywise.com/
> > 
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