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Hi,

When I run autoit script in remote vdi, it does not work when I minimize the window of the remote desktop. How do I solve this problem? I want the scripts to run even when I am not logged in to that machine or minimized the remote desktop window.

I cannot change codes at this moment. so any other advice?

 

 

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any other alternative than modifying the code? it's too late to do it as i have to present.

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I have a great solution. Use cisco remote desktop manager and connect to your remote vdi. Then you can minimize it and script runs perfect.

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Posted (edited)
6 hours ago, mahi123 said:

I used free version of cisco desktop manager

So, your passwords are in the cloud. And nowadays every "service in the cloud" is hack free by strong and secure measures.
Looks like a nice app.

Edit: Running the app and it has a local data source :) 

Edited by argumentum
tested out the app.

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1 hour ago, argumentum said:

And nowadays every "service in the cloud" is hack free by strong and secure measures

Bitter humor or blind trust?


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1 hour ago, jchd said:

Bitter humor or blind trust?

...  I can think of an other more appropriate option but that would be rude. 

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..I don't mean to be .. that you're thinking.
In my view, regarding online stuff, I don't trust blindly any of it. I can not know when a heartbeat bug or a breach will occur. And I can not give more examples, as I could get in trouble by just hinting.

I rather have RDP access in house, and as unusual as possible.

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Posted (edited)
On 5/24/2019 at 4:29 PM, mahi123 said:

run autoit script in remote vdi

What I've done to run scripts on executable programs and click-click the windows, is to have a console user auto-login and run my scripts from there.
When I need to interact with the session, I shadow it.
All this is done in a vm where no one can plug a monitor or keyboard to it, as is a vm.

Maybe you can do this setup, and not even worry that the untended PC rebooted or what not, since the session will always run if the vm is turned on.

My 2 cents  :) 

PS: I even wrote me a script to make it simpler ( https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/files/file/477-rdpshadow-utility/ )

 

Edited by argumentum
added a link to a utility

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