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Updating a field in a popup window

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All,

I am trying to pass credentials to an IE window. But when I hit the web site, I get a windows popup. It then takes focus off the IE site so I cannot use IE to send the credentials. I tried making the window accept input, but it will not allow me to even call it. I have included the AUTOIT window info, and a picture of the popup.

When I try to enter data in a field, the script stops. I am using the WinActivate( "Connect to 223.223.223.1", "") Once I can get it so I can put the data in, I would like to do it minimized from the Taskbar or hidden.

Thoughts Oh' masters of AutoIT

Richard

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If you don't need much security, you may try passing the URL in the form http://login:password@host.domain.root/homepage... but I don't know if that will be interpreted by the system correctly before being passed around.

I've little experience with entering credentials in those dialogs with AutoIt. I suppose you should WinWatActive and then ControlSend, but certainly others know better.


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