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Roberto_Aguilera

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Does anyone know how to make a script to autoconnect to a wireless display using Win + K?
i tried but since the device i want to connect is always in a diferrent position, im unable to connect always

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Good question.  I'm not familiar with the processes involved, nor do I have the proper equipment to test with; but I can give you some general advice on how I'd approach it.

I would open up task manager and look for a new process when performed manually (Win+K and select wireless display).  If you can identify a new process that loads, you  can search for the process/executable name on google and look for command line options for it.  If no obvious new process can be found, then I'd use some tools to do some deeper inspection (i.e. procmon, wireshark, etc.)  Even though I don't have the ability to figure this out or test it, I'm interested in what you find or someone else may contribute.

Good luck  

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If possible, try using Au3Info,exe to find out the text and controls of the Window that pops up and try to control them using ControlSend(). Unfortunately, I don't have whatever software you have (I'm guessing Intel WiDi) so I can't create an example script for you.


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