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Hi Everyone, I hope someone is able to help me here, i want to detect the "Charm" windows in win8 in a hope to control them, but for now i can't even detect them as a window, does anyone know how i'd be able to detect the windows? specficly the window i want to detect is in win8 when you press "Winkey + I" My initial idea was simple, but doesn't work (tho it might get the wrong Charm window still nothing) WinWait("[Class:Shell_CharmWindow]") msgbox(0,"yey", "yey") So i went and tried with the name of the window, which in my case is "Indstillinger" Tho in english i'm guessing it's "Settings" WinWait("Settings") msgbox(0,"yey","yey") This of course did not work either. Ultimately what i want to do is to setup a Windows 8 none domain computer to a WPA2 Enterprise network with user credentials with out the user having to set this up manually. This we have done easily in windows XP, Vista and Win7 by using a "Wlan.exe" (Much like netsh, but for winxp as well) to import a wireless profile, this makes all the other windows pop up and promt for the user credentials, but windows 8 does not do this. Update ------------------------------- I've found a way to open the network window by sending a command, but still no way of detecting it. rundll32.exe %SystemRoot%\system32\van.dll, RunVAN
Please I would like to create a script that will configure my wireless settings for all my pc's my org. I have ways of deployment and also want to put this into my scripted deployment for new machines. I have not used autoit in like 4 years and I'm not a programmer I'm a network admin. I have been reviewing MattyD's scripts () he created but my one question and problem is I really don't understand where to begin as he does not have like a walk through. 1. what is the difference between the a and b files? Which file do I edit? Is there any newb information on how to walk through getting started using his stuff to do what I need? I have a basic wpa tkip configuration I need to setup. Windows XP SP3 SSID: WSLAN Network Authentication: WPA-PSK Data Encryption: TKIP Network key: 123456789samplePassword12345789 NO IEEE 802.1x authentication yes - connect when this network is in range. Please any help in getting started with this would be very grateful. Until I can get more help with MattyD's stuff I have modified and used: Not perfect but it does exactly what I need it to do.