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to create  telnet object and open connection

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Is it possible to create telnet from VB using late binding and
1. open  connection to remote server, 2  pass a user id and password programmatically  and 3. make telnet  visible
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Here's an example using  a command1 button... Add this to a form:


Sub Sleep(Interval As Long)
    Dim lTimer As Long
    lTimer = Timer + Interval
    Do While Timer < lTimer
        DoEvents
    Loop
End Sub
Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Dim lReturn As Variant
    lReturn = Shell("Telnet hostname", vbNormalFocus) 'REPLACE hostname WITH NAME OF HOST
    AppActivate lReturn
    Sleep 1
    SendKeys "mcrider{ENTER}" 'SEND USERID
    Sleep 1
    SendKeys "noneofyourbusiness{ENTER}" 'SEND PASSWORD
End Sub


Hope this helps!


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by:mativare
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Impressive!
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by:mcrider
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Thanks for the points! Glad I could help!


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