Dialogs in memory RRS feed

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  • I used to use an old school utility called WinBatch that had one awesome feature.  It could detect a window in memory and send that window a keystroke.  So the Dialog/Windows did not have to actually popup, it was only running in memory yet you could still send it keystrokes.  Can PowerShell do the same thing?  We have a piece of software that when you uninstall it throws up a dialog.  Even though it is an MSI no switch will silence this dialog. We've tried /q   /qn   /qb!  /passive  etc.... and it always pops up. 


    Thursday, August 2, 2018 3:29 PM

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