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I've written a script that will move my mouse to a location on the screen whenever my remote access software becomes active, the problem I have is that as soon as the remote access software becomes active it appears to capture the mouse and keyboard so nothing happens when I use MouseMove().
Is there any way around this?
I have an aws cloud machine where I kept all the build process to create some set of zip files and uploading them to OneDrive.
Once it is completed, I have another local machine in our environment which is a acting as a local share server also.
Is there anyway to notify this machine(without public IP) to start downloading these files.
I have written an AutoIT exe to download these files and copy them to respective locations.But don't know how to notify this from the remote machine.
My post is more architecture related than the actual autoit script.
Currently I have a java tool that makes a connection to a azure Windows VM using WINRM.
Then I "grep" the session ID of RDP and using psexec I execute my autoit script on the session ID of the RDP (This assumes that I need to have already a RDP connection established).
The script runs perfectly when I have a RDP session maximized/opened. If I minimize the RDP window some commands do not work, as for example the Send command.
I do understand that it has to do with the window not being active, even though the script is executed remotely.
My goal is to be able to run the autoit scripts with no limitations, like I was running in my local machine.
One important thing, all the flow is being triggered from a linux machine with no GUI. So that is why, I am using a jar file to start the winrm connection.
So to sum up:
starting server: centos with no GUI
remote server: azure win 10
goal: from starting server, launch autoit script that is on remote server
With ProcessList ( ["name"] ) we are able to get the running process list from the local machine.
Is there anyway to get the list from Remote machine, more precisely to get to know the status whether a particular application is running or not on remote machine using AutoIT?
We can implement through PSList.exe, but again we need to parse the text of it to read the output.
Is there any direct UDF in AutoIT?
I am trying to spawn a cmd.exe shell on a remote machine using psexec then proceed to running commands on that machine and reading the output. I.e. running pwd.
Unfortunately, the code I have now will just immediately exit cmd on the remote system
I'm trying to use the current code
#include <Constants.au3> $pid = Run('C:\Users\test\Desktop\psexec.exe \\192.168.1.123 -u test -p "P@$$word1" -h -s cmd',@SystemDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDIN_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD) StdinWrite($pid,"pwd") StdinWrite($pid,@CRLF) Local $data Sleep(2000) $data &= StdoutRead($pid) ConsoleWrite("Debug:" & $data & @LF) StdinWrite($pid,"cd ") StdinWrite($pid,"C:\users\test2") StdinWrite($pid,@CRLF) StdinWrite($pid) $data &= StdoutRead($pid) ConsoleWrite("Debug:" & $data & @LF) http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19206834/command-prompt-and-autoit-stdinwrite <- credits to this stack overflow post
Unfortunately, on my end, my cmd just starts/stops with this prompt
Connecting with PsExec service on 192.1.123...Starting cmd on 192.168.1.123... cmd exited on 192.168.1.123 with error code 0. Any ideas how I can keep my shell open over psexec and still interact with it using AutoIT?
Any feed back would be amazing! Thanks!