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Citrix XenApp 7.15 automating logon

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Hi, I am trying to get logged into our Citrix Storefront, we had this working on an older version but it was using "forms" and now it has changed.

Here is the html for logon page, I need to select the username, password and then click the login button. I have been able to get to this page but do not know how to population these variables. Thanks for any help.

 

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