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 +    * [[common_errors#​Windows:​ Nothing Happens when I run the cmd file]]
     * [[common_errors#​Port 8081 in use]]     * [[common_errors#​Port 8081 in use]]
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 +==== Windows: Nothing Happens when I run the cmd file ====
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 +"I downloaded/​updated the bot, but nothing happens when I run the Run-ProfitTrailer.cmd file..."​
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 +First of all. Make sure you are running the run-profittrailer.cmd and not ProfitTrailer.jar. If you did double click the jar file ProfitTrailer can/will run silently in the background.
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 +If you are indeed running the cmd file the issue is that UAC and SmartScreen are enabled, and the newly downloaded zip file (or cmd file) is "​blocked",​ due to being flagged as having come from an Internet zone.
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 +Couple of possible ways to fix this: \\
 +1) Right-click the zip file (or the cmd file if you already extracted it), Properties, click Unblock.
 +https://​blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/​delay/​p/​unblockingdownloadedfile/​
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 +2) Use PowerShell to unblock the file: \\
 +https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-us/​powershell/​module/​microsoft.powershell.utility/​unblock-file?​view=powershell-6
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 +3) Edit the Run-ProfitTrailer.cmd file in Notepad++, change it in some way (add a space or something), save it, undo the change, then save the file again. (This should make Windows think the file was created on the local server, instead of being downloaded from the Internet).
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 +4) Open a command prompt and manually run the command to start the bot. Should work, but all the above are better options.
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 ==== Port 8081 in use ==== ==== Port 8081 in use ====
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