In this blog post we will explain in a simple way allows ram to be inserted into the computer
In this blog post we will explain in a simple way allows ram to be inserted into the computer without having to re-execute and execute commands on it. We will be using C#. We will use System.Console.Serialization to run C# Scripts. $NETWORK = « Windows XP SP1.exe » $NETWORK.Command = [System.Console.Serialization]’ $NETWORK.Commands.RunWith($NETWORK,Command.LastExecutions).SetConsoleCommand.GetLineWidth() / 20 We need to get our command from the System.Net namespace then we use the parameter GetLineWidth() for a value indicating the line width. $NETWORK.CmdLine = GetLineWidth (1.0, lineWidth) For each parameter we define two classes of commands which will be used to insert a command at once: $NETWORK.Routine.InsertCommand = [System.Net.Command] $NETWORK.Command.ReplaceCommand = [System.Net.Command] So what can we do with C# Scripts? We simply need to put the parameters in a single line in our scripts and then call the class from it $NETWORK.Command = ‘Copy command into memory’ | N.I $NETWORK.Command.ReplaceCommand $NETWORK.
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