ScrptExec Utility Version 1.0
ScrptExec is a command line utility you can use to execute simple
scripts. After executing a script, the utility automatically exits.
ScrptExec does not display any dialog messages unless there are
invalid command line parameters or the script syntax is not correct.
While running ScrptExec, an icon appears in the system tray. You can
terminate the execution of a script at any time by simply exiting
from the ScrptExec utility.
The utility does not require installation, it does not write to the
system registry, and it does not create any temporary files. The
utility performs only what is specified in the script file. It does
not contain any spyware or adware code.
For example, ScrptExec can be used for the following tasks:
- To simulate user keyboard input in a window. For example, you can use it to enter a user name and a password on a web page.
- To automatically reply to a pop-up message. For example, you can
use it to reply to messages such as "Do you want to close all tabs?"
or "Are you sure you want to navigate away from this page?" that prevent you from closing the Internet Explorer window.
Caution. Some programs, such as firewalls, can prevent the sending of keystrokes to other applications. You may need to adjust some program settings to allow such programs to execute your scripts.
For adittional information download an archive,
unzip it and read the ReadMe.htm document. The ScrptExec package
also includes a number of sample scripts.