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Old 06-20-2018, 10:35 AM
MeeksFamily06 MeeksFamily06 is offline
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ImportArbitraryData Automated Login

Who ever made that macro is amazing, I love that macro. My only question is, what lines would I need to add to the VBS file so that it would say check "Automate Login", check "Send initial carriage return", then the only thing I want below that is "Expect >" "Send act-user::admin:::password" and "Hide No" so maybe it would need to delete any generic default ones it puts in there, idk. Bonus would be if I could just put in the CSV file header Expect,Send then for each device put >,act-user::admin:::password

Anyone have any ideas?

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Old 06-20-2018, 11:00 AM
ekoranyi ekoranyi is offline
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Hi MeeksFamily06,

Configuration information for logon actions is encrypted within the session configuration. SecureCRT does not currently support manipulating logon actions from a script, it must be completed in the GUI.

I have recorded your idea in our database of SecureCRT feature requests so that the product director can evaluate it for possible inclusion in a future release.

Should a version of SecureCRT become available with this feature, we will be sure to let you know. If you would like to be notified directly please send an email to Support@VanDyke.com with "Feature Request Forum Post 13149" in the subject line.

That being said, we may be able to help you get these changes done a little easier. There are several options available to help make bulk changes to all/some of your sessions at once. One option would be to use the Default Session. This would allow you to make changes to either all NEW sessions or all EXISTING and NEW. Another option would be to use standard multi-select behavior to modify your sessions. In the Session Manager you can use the standard Ctrl-click and Shift-click behavior to select more than one sessions, right clicking and choosing properties will then let you configure all selected sessions at once.

Does this help get you the functionality you're looking for?

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