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Vbscript I want you to execute a command in cmd

Vbscript I want you to execute a command in cmd

Vbscript I want you to execute a command in cmd

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Hello, I have the following problem VBScript , I want you to execute a command in cmd
Eg "WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell").Run "DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup_Image /RestorHealth",1,true"
and it will tell me if it was completed or not, that is, if for some reason it stops at 80% to tell false if completed 100% true, is there any order to check whether or not the integration took place? I thought of doing a function to be a Boolean but nothing happened, please help me

Thanks!!!!!

RE: Vbscript I want you to execute a command in cmd

Well, it depends if the program DISM returns an error code (0 = if successful, <> 0 if failed)
If so, then you can do something like this:

CODE

error_code = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell").Run "DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup_Image /RestorHealth",1,true"
if error_code <> 0 Then 
   Wscript.Echo "Error: DISM didn't run 100% !"
end if 

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