I've created a program that starts remote assistance (msra.exe) from Windows Vista/7. We use it alot in the IT-department.
The program is just a normal vbscript, but wrapped into a .HTA file for some GUI (buttons etc), so it's still a Vbscript.
The problems came when people installed Windows 7 x64. The HTA still runs as 32bit. But when they try starting msra.exe they get
C:\windows\system32\msra.exe The network is not present or not started.
Well I guess it's too much to ask for a separate 32bit-version of msra in windows x64. but is there a way to start a 64bit program
from a 32bit HTA?
-- HAL07, Engineering Services, Norway