I want to ask about this :
I want it runs from 1 to 100 and It opens 10 firefox profiles then access youtube. After I close a firefox window, the loop runs and wait for another window close until loop ends
I have a loop like this.
Func launch() Local $from = Int(GUICtrlRead($input1)) Local $to = Int(GUICtrlRead($input2)) If $to <> "" Then While $from <= $to Local $profile = $to _RunDos("start firefox.exe -p " & $profile & " -no-remote youtube.com") $to=$to+1 WEnd Else Local $profile = $to _RunDos("start firefox.exe -p " & $profile & " -no-remote youtube.com") EndIf EndFunc Is there any solution?
I found a PowerShell module in the TechNet script center that will be useful to me for detecting reboots; however, my knowledge of PowerShell is limited and I don't know how to load the a module for use with my AutoIt scripts. (in case you need it): https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Get-PendingReboot-Query-bdb79542)
I loaded the PowerShell module successfully manually via the PowerShell ISE on my test machine, and ran a batch command successfully on it too. NOTE: I sometimes use a batch file commands for troubleshooting a few lines of code and then I convert the "known good" command into my final AutoIt scripts).
As I mentioned, I ran the following batch command-line successfully after I had manually loaded the Powershell module via the ISE (the command displays a "True" or "False" in the Windows CMD console - see the attachment) :
PowerShell -Command (Test-PendingReboot -SkipConfigurationManagerClientCheck).IsRebootPending I need to know how I can include the PowerShell module in a subfolder and load it, in addition to running the command-line mentioned above. I have used *.PS1 scripts before in my AutoIt projects, but my general knowledge of Powershell is limited and I don't know how to work with modules. Can anyone with some Powershell knowledge help me with these few lines of code needed to accomplish the goal?
I would appreciate any help you can offer.
At work we have some proprietary website, users have to login to.
I have "made" an autoit executable to start IE, go the website, login, so the user do not have input their credentials every time.
By NDA I am not allowed disclosed the URL of the website nor the login credentials
So I made a fake website and an autoitscript to illustrate my question.
#include <ie.au3> $oIE = _IECreate ("about:blank", 0, 1, 1, 1) $HWND = _IEPropertyGet($oIE, "hwnd") WinActivate ($HWND,"") WinSetState($HWND, "", @SW_MAXIMIZE) _IENavigate ($oIE, "http://demo.rkilinc.nl",1) The above start my demo website. The actual website has some links in the footer that I do not want most people click on.
I contacted the developers of the website and they are thinking of making an option to configure what links to show in the footer, but they said it's not a high priority for them.
I discovered, that by click F12 and deleting the <footer> element the footer is delete from the live page view (until the page is reloaded off course)
I want to automate the removal of the footer, without using things like send().
I tried getting the footer with _IEGetObjById and deleting it with _IEAction, but that didn't work.
Does any one has an idea how I could delete the footer directly from view with an autoit script?
I am working on an autoIT script for CyberArk which is running Internet Explorer and connecting the user to a web application.
For an unknown reason (I cannot explain why), IE has some trouble to start, only after a long disconnecting period (morning or after lunch). If he tries again, no problem, IE starts.
I open a case with CyberArk but I am also searching a workaround, I thought to kill the process directly, or set a timeout with _IELoadWait but the process is not really created..
May do you have any ideas for helping me ?
Thanks in advance
Wrote a script that grabs all of the IP addresses from Netflix's IP log, checks the IPs and returns suspicious activity.
Everything works as it should but only when _IECreate is set to visible. When visible is set to false, it fails to login for some reason.
Any ideas what might cause it and/or how to circumvent that?