I still can't get it to work that way. I changed my cfexecute to:
<cfexecute name="C:\windows\system32\cmd.exe" arguments="/c C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\captcha\#cmd_filename#" outputFile="C:\testoutput.txt" timeout = "90"></cfexecute>
And I changed my bat file to have:
TSC.exe /s "#newString#" C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\captcha\#FileName# Mary (for Telephone)
The output file is showing:
C:\>TSC.exe /s "3.....P.....4.....Z.....8.....U.....7.....X....." C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\captcha\3P4Z8U7X-105724.wav Mary (for Telephone)
I still can't get it to run the exe. I have watched the process list while running this and the exe doesn't show up. I tried cfexecute on the exe directly before trying the bat method, with hard coded arguments, and it still didn't work. I am so lost right now this makes no sense to me.
Try this to get more info. Put acfabort in front of the cfexecute code. Run your script - let it create the bat file and then stop before trying to execute it. Then go into a DOS box on the same machine and execute the bat file manually, see what happens. What does it give yoy for any errors, etc.