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graysn05

Where the comments are i just sent characters to get a proof of concept.

Problems

1. I need to check the network list to see if there was an attempt at setting up our network

2. After the network is setup there is a tooltip (made by windows) that i need to click to have windows prompt the user for credentials

3. I need to find out how to control click tabs inside of properties windows

if anyone would like to help and needs screen shots let me know

thanks in advance

;Setup UNI-Wireless connection
run         ( "control netconnections" )

WinWaitActive   ( "Network Connections" )
Send ( "w" )
Send ( "!f" )
Send ( "{Up 2}" )
Send ( "{Enter}" )

WinWaitActive ( "Wireless Network Connection Properties" )
Send ( "+{Tab 2}" )
Send ( "{Space}" )
Send ( "{Right}" )
Send ( "!a" )

WinWaitActive   ( "Wireless network properties" )
Send        ( "UNI-Wireless" )
Send        ( "{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Down 2}" )
Send        ( "{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Up}" )
;ctrlclick auth. tab (problem #3************************)
Send        ( "^{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Up}" )
;ctrlclick properties
Send        ( "{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Enter}" )

WinWaitActive   ( "Protected EAP Properties" )
;ControlClick ( "Protected EAP Properties", "Select Authentication", "Configure...")
Send        ( "{Tab 5}" )
Send        ( "{Enter}" )
WinWaitActive   ( "EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties" )
Send        ( "{Tab 2}" )
Send        ( "{Space}" )
ControlClick ( "EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties", "", "OK")
WinWaitActive   ( "Protected EAP Properties" )
ControlClick ( "Protected EAP Properties", "", "OK")

;need to check on ctrl clicking checkboxs
WinWaitActive   ( "Wireless network properties" )
Send        ( "{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Space}" )
ControlClick ( "Wireless network properties", "", "OK" )

WinWaitActive ( "Wireless Network Connection Properties" )
ControlClick ( "Wireless Network Connection Properties", "", "OK" )
WinWaitClose ( "Wireless Network Connection Properties" )


;Problem #2 attempt*****************************
WinWait ( "Wireless Network Connection", "Click here to select a certificate" )
ToolTip ( "windows tooltip was found" )
ControlClick ( "Wireless Network Connection", "Click here to select a certificate" )
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seandisanti

Where the comments are i just sent characters to get a proof of concept.

Problems

1. I need to check the network list to see if there was an attempt at setting up our network

2. After the network is setup there is a tooltip (made by windows) that i need to click to have windows prompt the user for credentials

3. I need to find out how to control click tabs inside of properties windows

if anyone would like to help and needs screen shots let me know

thanks in advance

;Setup UNI-Wireless connection
run         ( "control netconnections" )

WinWaitActive   ( "Network Connections" )
Send ( "w" )
Send ( "!f" )
Send ( "{Up 2}" )
Send ( "{Enter}" )

WinWaitActive ( "Wireless Network Connection Properties" )
Send ( "+{Tab 2}" )
Send ( "{Space}" )
Send ( "{Right}" )
Send ( "!a" )

WinWaitActive   ( "Wireless network properties" )
Send        ( "UNI-Wireless" )
Send        ( "{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Down 2}" )
Send        ( "{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Up}" )
;ctrlclick auth. tab (problem #3************************)
Send        ( "^{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Up}" )
;ctrlclick properties
Send        ( "{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Enter}" )

WinWaitActive   ( "Protected EAP Properties" )
;ControlClick ( "Protected EAP Properties", "Select Authentication", "Configure...")
Send        ( "{Tab 5}" )
Send        ( "{Enter}" )
WinWaitActive   ( "EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties" )
Send        ( "{Tab 2}" )
Send        ( "{Space}" )
ControlClick ( "EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties", "", "OK")
WinWaitActive   ( "Protected EAP Properties" )
ControlClick ( "Protected EAP Properties", "", "OK")

;need to check on ctrl clicking checkboxs
WinWaitActive   ( "Wireless network properties" )
Send        ( "{Tab}" )
Send        ( "{Space}" )
ControlClick ( "Wireless network properties", "", "OK" )

WinWaitActive ( "Wireless Network Connection Properties" )
ControlClick ( "Wireless Network Connection Properties", "", "OK" )
WinWaitClose ( "Wireless Network Connection Properties" )


;Problem #2 attempt*****************************
WinWait ( "Wireless Network Connection", "Click here to select a certificate" )
ToolTip ( "windows tooltip was found" )
ControlClick ( "Wireless Network Connection", "Click here to select a certificate" )
for navigating tabs, i typically will do a send("^{PGUP}") or send("^{PGDWN}") as far as detecting the tooltip window, you should be able to identify it by class to click on it

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graysn05

for navigating tabs, i typically will do a send("^{PGUP}") or send("^{PGDWN}") as far as detecting the tooltip window, you should be able to identify it by class to click on it

Using the window info program i don't get any information on the windows "ballon".

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DaleHohm

Controls inside a browser (any browser) are not windows controls. You will only see a top level control for the overall "container" with windows info tool.

You can manipulate content with keyboard commands as you are doing, but you can get much more precise and flexible control with IE Automation using the _IE* functions (IE is the only browser that exposes an external COM API to allow this).

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graysn05

I am not trying to navigate tabs in a browser. The tabs are inside the wireless network properties. Does anyone know how to send a click to a windows created tooltip?

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if anyone would like to help and needs screen shots let me know

I think a screenshot would really help.

Cheers

Kurt


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