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Jul
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answered Way to automate an application that requires a graphical login?
Jul
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comment Is it possible for a Scheduled Task to perform a graphical (interactive) logon or use a script to do the same?
Tried it and it's exactly what I needed to schedule a full interactive logon and logoff. Thanks!
Jul
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accepted Is it possible for a Scheduled Task to perform a graphical (interactive) logon or use a script to do the same?
Jul
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comment Way to automate an application that requires a graphical login?
As far as I understand, AutoHotKey is a fork of autoit3. It can generate executables and seems to be as feature complete as autoit3. My script does work very well in an interactive logon but some parts won't work under a RunAs logon: I have to send keystrokes and wait for specific windows to display and this doesn't seem to work outside of a graphical environment. Autoit is interesting as an automation system but I don't see it solving that particular issue that I'm having. Thanks for the suggestion anyway, I'm sure it'll help others.
Jul
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comment Is it possible for a Scheduled Task to perform a graphical (interactive) logon or use a script to do the same?
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll try it and report if it's doing what I'm looking for.
Jul
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revised Is it possible for a Scheduled Task to perform a graphical (interactive) logon or use a script to do the same?
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Jul
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revised Way to automate an application that requires a graphical login?
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Jul
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asked Is it possible for a Scheduled Task to perform a graphical (interactive) logon or use a script to do the same?
Jul
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asked Way to automate an application that requires a graphical login?
Jun
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awarded  Beta
Jun
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awarded  Student
Jun
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comment Setting up “Out of Office” autoreply on linux mail server
Thanks but not a solution. We already have our mail servers working fine. User have requested the "Out Of Office" auto responders as something they'd like to have, so I'm investigating it.
Jun
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asked Setting up “Out of Office” autoreply on linux mail server
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
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accepted Simple one-way synchronisation of user password list between servers
Jun
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comment Simple one-way synchronisation of user password list between servers
+1 for showing me something new. Unfortunately, it's not close to a solution, and it's not available on RedHat systems? ;-(
Jun
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answered Linux knowledge a Junior cannot miss
Jun
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revised Simple one-way synchronisation of user password list between servers
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
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answered Easyest way to setup encrypted volume