Process Name: This is the name of the process you wish to execute. When packaging a script, you will normally specify the script language interpreter here (Kix32, Cscript, AutoIt, etc.). However you may also choose to specify items outside the drop-down menu by typing your own process name (such as that of another file on the system or in the package.)
Arguments: This second parameter specifies what should be passed to the specified process (indicated above). Normally when packaging a script you would enter the name of your script (automatically included in the package). However, you may also specify other parameters supported by the command interpreter.
Note: The package will execute the packaged script/process as: <Process Name> <Argument(s)>
Extract to: This should normally be left to read %TEMP% which is the environment variable representing the user's temp directory. You may specify an other local directory (not a network location) but be certain that 1) the location exists and 2) the executing user has CHANGE permissions (Read/Write/Delete).
Note: During execution, files are unpacked to a subdirectory of this specified location for execution (and cleaned up afterwards). This subdirectory is randomly named using a nine digit number and may or may not be secured via NTFS and EFS security depending upon your settings in the Alternate Credentials area.
Destination: This directory specifies where the packaged executable should be placed on your system. By default, this will be the same directory where you script file is located.