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I am logging into a network share through a batch script to start a test I can get the shared program logged in but then up comes the windows prompt "run" or "cancel". Not all of the machines have this prompt.

How can I automatically choose 'run' from this prompt so the rest of the script can run?

Jake

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Try using AutoIt to run your batch file. It can watch for windows by title or window handle and send keystrokes/mouse clicks as needed.

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Actually the script is part of a larger AutoIT script. I use the AutoIT to run commands in the program that is called. My issue is that if I do get AutoIT to hit Run it doesn't come up on every machine so I am currently just using window position and a click. Can I code an If into AutoIT to check whether the window comes up then click? – Jake Rue Apr 21 '10 at 5:37
    
Yes, you should be able to set a timeout to look for that window (by title or handle) and if it doesn't come up within that specified period just continue. It's been awhile since I've used AutoIt so I can't give you exact syntax, but it should be pretty straightforward. Sloppy pseudocode: loop(exit when count=10); if(window exists) click Run; else wait 1s; count++; end loop; – ggutenberg Apr 21 '10 at 5:58

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