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Hi ,

Can anyone please help me on below issue? To automate Windows Authentication in Chrome on Windows 10:

Auto.Send is not working in my virtual Machine. Tried using ControlSend , no inputs were passed.

ControlSend("","","[CLASS:Chrome_WidgetWin_1]",text);

And I don't have any specified title or text on my windows pop up.

 

Thanks :)

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Yea that's a different kind of control, if it's in chrome browser, you can go with the WebDriver.

This will allow for control of the browser and has many functions.

Bit tricky to setup at first if you don't know much about autoit.

But anyway, when you get stuck, we're here to help.


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No, popups can't handle a WebDriver :D But the WebDriver is able to handle popups. You'll want to check out _WD_Alert from Danp2's WebDriver UDF


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