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Check "Security Alert" box

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi all:

I am new here so please - be gentle ;-)

I get a "Security Alert" message I want to clear by choosing "Yes". [ see attached }

I thought that the following would be apropos but it fails.

WinMenuSelectItem("Security Alert", "*Do you want to proceed?", "Yes")

What is the best way to go about that ?

PS: 64KB max - arghhhhh

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Danke!

It is running on a remote VM.

I don't get feedback until the process ends. Upon completion, I'll get screenshots like the initial post attachment.

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Yes, it does run on the remote VM. I have to upload it.

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Harold,

This thread was locked for asking exactly the same question - I am afraid the same is about to happen here.

We are not prepared to help bypass any form of security measure for reasons which a moment's thought will make absolutely clear. And given that the dialog appears to resist automation it is not at all clear that you would succeed in any case. :oops:

And note what happened to the other member when he tried to post the question again - please do not make the same mistake. :bye:

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