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IE Automation in Terminal Services

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Hi, I'm new with AutoIt scripting and I hope someone can help me with this.

I have IE automation that handles occasional confirmation boxes pop up as follows:

AutoItX3 autoIt = new AutoItX3();

string strTitle = "Microsoft Internet Explorer";

autoIt.AutoItSetOption("WinTitleMatchMode", 1);

do

{

autoIt.WinWait(strTitle, "", 10);

autoIt.WinActivate(strTitle, "");

autoIt.ControlClick(strTitle, "", "Ok", "left", 1, 0, 0);

} while (autoIt.WinExists(strTitle, "") > 0);

I'm about to use this same code on multiple terminal services session.

Now my problem is I don't want autoIt to find and click the control on different terminal services session.

How can I set up AutoIT to search for windows only on current terminal service session?

Thanks for your time.

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I don't think that will be your problem.

A program running on your desktop will not see the windows inside the Teminal Services session as discrete windows, but rather it will just see Terminal Services. In order to control the windows inside terminal services in this way, you'll need to have your program running inside terminal services on the machine you are connected to.

Dale


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