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Windows disables GUI if no screen is connected

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markusleit

Hello,

I have a script that opens a window and performs some clicks. I have the following problem:

The computer is remotely controlled with TeamViewer. The script works while the TV-session is active. When I close the session, the script stops working after about 17 - 18 minutes. The GUI is after the time just "disabled"?! Hoiw can I fix it? How does TV so that the GUI is not disabled?

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JLogan3o13

"Stops working" doesn't help us much. How about posting your code? Are you getting any error messages when you go back to the machine? Has the script closed, or is it just hanging at a certain point? If the latter, have you looked into adding TrayIconDebug (helpfile, under Opt) at the top of your script so you can identify the line it is hanging on? As you can see, more information from you would help greatly in troubleshooting your issue.


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AutoBert

Ask this question the support of Teamviewer why the Gui is closed after disconnect. This is not a AutoIt-Problem.

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