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Hi guys, My post is more architecture related than the actual autoit script. Currently I have a java tool that makes a connection to a azure Windows VM using WINRM. Then I "grep" the session ID of RDP and using psexec I execute my autoit script on the session ID of the RDP (This assumes that I need to have already a RDP connection established). The script runs perfectly when I have a RDP session maximized/opened. If I minimize the RDP window some commands do not work, as for example the Send command. I do understand that it has to do with the window not being active, even though the script is executed remotely. https://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/FAQ#Why_doesn.27t_my_script_work_on_a_locked_workstation.3F My goal is to be able to run the autoit scripts with no limitations, like I was running in my local machine. One important thing, all the flow is being triggered from a linux machine with no GUI. So that is why, I am using a jar file to start the winrm connection. So to sum up: starting server: centos with no GUI remote server: azure win 10 goal: from starting server, launch autoit script that is on remote server Thanks Piotr