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When I open a software program it requests a password.  I would like to program VB to enter the password for me, bytstoring it in the code.  Currently not having much success.
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Michael FowlerSolutions ConsultantCommented:
What program? But at a guess this will probably not be as easy as you would think it is.
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ToddMuchAuthor Commented:
Thanks
The objective as I mentioned is to have the task enter the password automatically.  It is always the same phrase each and every time.

If I wanted VB to enter a response how would I do that?  Typically one waits for the keyboard response, what I actually want to do is store the answer and have VB enter the phrase upon the request from the software.

Having a bit of a difficult time articulating but hopefully this will be of help.
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Michael FowlerSolutions ConsultantCommented:
If this is possible then the application in question will change the methodology eg web based, winform, java etc
So we need to know which application you are logging into
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ToddMuchAuthor Commented:
The question will always be the same, it never changes, it just wants the password which is permanent.
The program is Robo-Forms which stores all of the passwords.  Once the first password is entered (which is what I want VB to do automatically) everything runs OK (at least so far).

The goal is to automate redundant tasks.  Which if I get this part, it should be OK, until I reach another hurdle.
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Thanks for your effort,

TWM
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Michael FowlerSolutions ConsultantCommented:
I will have a look to see if it can be done BUT.....it is a really, really bad idea. The script (if possible) will log into your password manager circumventing the security Robo-Form has and providing access to all your passwords, credit card details and other highly personal information to whomever has your PC.

Robo-Forms acts as a single sign on and auto-form completion service and so you only have to enter your password once and then all other log ins are completed for you. This is a very handy time saving service and having to enter the master password is not redundant, it is a vital security measure.
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Michael FowlerSolutions ConsultantCommented:
Note: In an enterprise situation users have already signed onto a secure system and so having SSO in this case is OK. To implement SSO in this case you use RoboForm Enterprise Group Policies
http://wiki.siberenterprisegroup.com/wiki/10/roboform-enterprise-group-policies#SSO-Single-Sign-On-OptionalZDgtZ26NG0CRP4ZvP4mjDw
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ToddMuchAuthor Commented:
Thank you Michael.

I'll dig in tonight after I leave the office and most likely follow your advice, that it is not a smart move.

TWM
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