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Hello gentleman,

Sorry in advance if this issue have been answered before, I was searching the forum for some information and did´nt found something that clarify my needs.

I am doing my first tests with ducky in some Windows 7 / 8 machines. What I noticed was that in both English and Portuguese (pt-br) systems, when I can the command

"powershell Start-Process cmd -Verb runAs"

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As you can see, when UAC prompt appears, Windows Powershell continues to have the focus, so I can´t submit the command "ALT S" (equivalent to ALT Y on English systems) to the UAC window and go on with my Command Quacking.

In another thread I see a friend of the forum saying that solved using "GUI TAB" command, but over here this is not working.

Some of you know how I can go ahead to solve this?

Ty!

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For anyone having trouble with this, I think this issue occurs on Windows 7 when the UAC level is changed from "default" to "do not dim my desktop". For Windows 8 you can use the above script, or for windows 7 I use:

GUI
DELAY 750
STRING CMD.exe
DELAY 750
CTRL SHIFT ENTER
DELAY 750
ALT Y

and it seems to work in places where the generic one doesn't.

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For anyone having trouble with this, I think this issue occurs on Windows 7 when the UAC level is changed from "default" to "do not dim my desktop". For Windows 8 you can use the above script, or for windows 7 I use:

GUI
DELAY 750
STRING CMD.exe
DELAY 750
CTRL SHIFT ENTER
DELAY 750
ALT Y

and it seems to work in places where the generic one doesn't.

Thanks for this, will try it :)

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