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FYI: -ini does matter
I have learned that passing information to a script from the "command line" by including it in the [WrEnv] section of the WRun.ini file is not as clear-cut as it might seem.
As I could not find the file in the WinRunner\... directories, I assumed it was an optional file. I create an INI file with just the [WrEnv] section and specified it in my -f command file.
Three days later, I find that I must either annotate the C:\Windows\WRun.INI file (C:\Windows\!) or make a copy and add my stuff to it if I want to use -ini.
Just passing on my Learning Experience.