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Tried a few tools and it didn’t worked as well as expected. Win32 self extraction cab file but it didn’t invoke properly on Windows 7 machines. So I am looking for a way to compile the vbs into exe. I am trying to port my current script into VB Express 2008 but I have no prior knowledge of Visual Basic here.

There are a lot of errors but I am still trying around. Can anyone please advice on how should I proceed from here? I mean, would a self extracting archive be the way to go instead of a standalone executable file? But say like Winzip I don’t know how to make it run the script after extraction. Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. Avoid asking multiple distinct questions at once.

See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question. VBScript is not a compiled language. The process of converting source code into native executable code is called “compilation”, and it’s not supported by scripting languages like VBScript. It’s doubtful that the file size will shrink noticeably, and since it’s a plain-text file to begin with, it’s really not necessary to compress it at all. I suppose that can have its benefits, but it doesn’t sound like what you’re looking for. In order to truly convert your VBScript into an executable file, you’re going to have to rewrite it in another language that can be compiled.

VBScript, but does support compiling to native code. If you move your VBScript code to VB 6, you can compile it into a native executable. Alternatively, you could go ahead and make the jump to Visual Basic . NET programs will also compile to an .