I would like to create an auto login program using mouseclicks, controlclicks only, or whatever is required to send characters from Windows 10 On-Screen Keyboard to a User/Password login form. I thought I would start with OSK to NotePad. Using mouseclicks to enter ID/Password seems more secure than typing plain text. Seems like if I can get that to work I should be able to send the characters to any login form. I have tried many things but cannot send a character(s) from OSK to Notepad. Of course manually works great. Here is some code I have tried:
ControlGetFocus ("Untitled - Notepad")
; go to Notepad window
MouseMove(649, 206 , 0) ;move to Notepad, then click below
ControlGetFocus ("On-Screen Keyboard")
; go to OSK window then click on a character key
MouseMove(642, 807 , 0) ;letter - t
ControlClick("On-Screen Keyboard","","[CLASS:OSKMainClass]","left","",642, 807)
The above move to the correct position and appear to click but focus is lost to Notepad. Any help would be appreciated.
I have a application that have a function is to create a shortcut to desktop, lets say is ChromePortable.lnk.
$iCreate = FileCreateShortcut($DIR_WA_FOLDER & '\GoogleChromePortable.exe', $DIR_SHORTCUT, $DIR_WA_FOLDER, '--kiosk "https://example.com/"') So the shortcut will be launch as kiosk mode and force to enter the specific website. However, the user is still able to right-click on the shortcut and modify the target value to remove the kiosk mode. What can I do to disable the user to editing the target value?
So far, I had asked and tried from SuperUser for advises Disable Shortcut Target Field
icacls "ChromePortable.lnk" /GRANT EVERYONE:RX So this will set the permission of this shortcut file to only Read & Execute only! But after I set it, the user is still can modify.
Please kindly advise.
Please note and assume that user don't have Administration account or etc, that should be only have 1 account to logon to the computer.
I must disable inheritance to remove all others permissions like SYSTEM, ADMINISTRATORS, etc. Then only GRANT everyone for READ & EXECUTE only.
But still the user can go to edit the permissions tho. Any advise?
Hi All, I am new to AutoIT and exploring options to use it in my organization. I tried couple of examples and it is fantastic. I am trying to run restrictions test in a pc to see if certain options are disabled like print screen, mstsc etc. I could not get a hang of it. Any help is much appreciated.
Hello all. I created a script to uninstall Symantec from our environment and I placed the "BlockInput(1)" command in the beginning of the script so that end users would not be able to move the mouse or keyboard to disrupt the mouse clicks.
During testing we found that this worked for our Windows 7 machines, but for our windows 10 machines the mouse disable did not work can anyone shed some light on why this is?
Here is my code: