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So if i want to run an external program and use a script i would put - cscript.exe registerUser.vbs ... but where should this script be saved to for adaxes to pick it up?

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Hello Scott,

You can save the file to the computer where Adaxes service is installed and specify a local path, for example:
cscript.exe //B C:\script.vbs

Alternatively, you can save the file to a file share and specify its path:
cscript.exe //B \\SERVER\Share\script.vbs

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