Global autotype doesn't function

2013-09-16
2013-09-19
  • Samuel Yung

    Samuel Yung - 2013-09-16

    Hi Paul,

    In my keepass setup, it seems global autotype (I re-mapped to Ctrl-Alt-K) doesn't work, only select entry -> perform autotype works. My setup is Windows 8, KeePass 2.23, RDCAutotypeAndTCATO 0.6.2.0. I also installed WebAutoType plugin, will it matters?

    Btw, I go though all the documentation in keepass website, including the autotype help page (http://keepass.info/help/base/autotype.html), so I know what I'm doing... :)

    Regards,
    Samuel

     
  • Samuel Yung

    Samuel Yung - 2013-09-16

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    Actually global autotype always works in all my passwords, on all webpages... only the one which needs to go though remote desktop doesn't work. Only "perform autotype" works as expected. Of course I don't use full screen mode in the remote desktop sessions.

    Regards,
    Samuel

     
    Last edit: Samuel Yung 2013-09-16
  • Paul

    Paul - 2013-09-17

    Remote Desktop is a known problem. You need to run it windowed and use the RDCAutotypeAndTCATO plug-in you already have.

    cheers, Paul

     
  • Samuel Yung

    Samuel Yung - 2013-09-17

    Paul,

    So you mean I cannot use global autotype through even windowed remote desktop sessions?

    Regards,
    Samuel

     
  • Paul

    Paul - 2013-09-18

    You can, via the plug-in. (Unless the latest RDP incarnation blocks even better than the old.)

    cheers, Paul

     
  • Samuel Yung

    Samuel Yung - 2013-09-19

    The problem is that I cannot... I cannot use global autotype through a windowed remote desktop, and I have installed this plugin. Which is why I make this post in the first place.

    Regards,
    Samuel

     
  • Paul

    Paul - 2013-09-19

    You can use Auto-Type to login to the remote session, but probably not to interact with programs in the remote session.

    cheers, Paul

     

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