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Basically, Every morning at 6:00AM I have to do login to remote desktop, open a program, and click on a few things to make reservations before anyone else does.

I want to know if there is any other way that this can be done by simply turning it into some form of a code and executing it instead of manually doing it. Of course, time is precious here and the task needs to be done at the same pace if not faster.

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I don't know exactly what you're getting at, but if you have a Windows machine at hand you can do this easily with AutoHotkey. It comes with a tool called AutoScriptWriter, so you can record your actions and have the program write the script for you -- perfect for scheduling scripts to run with Task Scheduler and automating things like this.

Note: ensure your solution works properly before scheduling it to avoid potential problems.

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Maybe a macro recorder that can create a batch file or executable that can be scheduled would work.

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