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Open a cmd window, type "echo hello world". Essentially, thats what the ducky does, or you are trying to do. What you posted, is the steps in which the ducky uses as instructions, to carry this out. Your syntax may be wrong on how to use the duck, so check the documentation on how to script it and make sure your duck encoder, is writing in the proper format to execute the files on the ducky.

http://192.64.85.110/?duckyscript

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Open a cmd window, type "echo hello world". Essentially, thats what the ducky does, or you are trying to do. What you posted, is the steps in which the ducky uses as instructions, to carry this out. Your syntax may be wrong on how to use the duck, so check the documentation on how to script it and make sure your duck encoder, is writing in the proper format to execute the files on the ducky.

http://192.64.85.110/?duckyscript

The ducky should hit the windows key like a human but he doesnt do it. Thats the problem. Windows key without a other just like : windows r

dont work. I read the documentation twice. Thats my fix, but i want to put the sting in win 7, wenn you push windows key you can also write commands.

DELAY 2500

WINDOWS r

STRING cmd /K echo hello world

DELAY 100

ENTER

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