I learned a lot from this chapter, but the one method I want to use isn't listed there, so I'm wondering if it (or something like it) is even possible.
Here's my slowly evolving simple first script:
'Run "C:\Program Files\VanDyke Software\SecureCRT\SecureCRT.exe"
crt.Session.Connect "/Serial COM6 /BAUD 9600"
so I'd like the first thing to happen to be a message box or similar asking if the user wants serial or ssh connection... assuming serial, the above connect statement would run, assuming SSH what I want to happen is for the connect dialog to pop up with all my predefined sessions... when a user selects the session they want execution is passed back to the script
which then runs a similar connect statement for SSH.
Is there underlined text above even possible? Is there a way to emulate it if not? I might be making this more complicated than it needs to be... perhaps I should just connect manually, then run the script that is intended to only capture and parse data using, primilary, show commands that will later be imported into a DB.