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rahuroy

How to select second element 's sub element in sys tree view?

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rahuroy

I am new to autoit and writing scripts for installation of application.In one GUI window there are two elements and sub elements for each and by default control will be there on first element .How to select second element's sub element as shown in image "second element.jpg". I cant use send and Send() MouseClick() functions as i am doing installation using psexec on remote machines.Autoit v3 window info gives for both elements of sys tree view difference click coordinates .But how to select sub elements wihtout using send() and MouseClick() functions.

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Xenobiologist

Are you sure, your software doesn't have the option of silent install without GUI with parameters?


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rahuroy

Are you sure, your software doesn't have the option of silent install without GUI with parameters?

Requirement is to automate GUI installation..So how to go about this? Am stuck at only this window

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ryans

anyone ever find a solution to this? I need to do the same thing as the OP.

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JLogan3o13

Hi, Ryans. What is the name of the software you're trying to automate? Each application is different, and there may be silent install options for your situation.


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