Keepass and Remote Desktop Manager https logi

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David
2011-11-18
2013-08-30
  • David

    David - 2011-11-18

    Hello guys,

    i use keepass with a remote session manager called "Remote Desktop Manager". So rdp sessions and auto login works fine. But if i want to login on a https website, where are three option fields: Select language (is a drop down menu), Username and Password, it doesn't work.

    I think the main problem is the drop down menu. Can I add this field in KeePass, so they will choose English from the drop down menu and fill the rest fields with username and password?

     
  • Paul

    Paul - 2011-11-19

    Find out what keystrokes you require then change the Auto-Type.

    Example
    Web site has 3 fields, UN, PW, Lang.
    Enter UN, press Tab
    Enter PW, press Tab
    Press E for English, press Enter

    Auto-Type
    {USERNAME}{TAB}{PASSWORD}{TAB}e{ENTER}

    See the help for more Auto-Type examples.

    cheers, Paul

     
  • David

    David - 2011-11-22

    Thanks pail459 it works finde.

    But I have another problem with certificates. When you visit the homepage at the first time, you will get an certificate error, that the self made certifiacte is an untrusted cert. So you must click und continue.

    How could i handle it this with autotype keys? I have tried {TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}[ENTER} but it doesn't work.

     
  • David

    David - 2011-11-23

    Ok the solution is, that you must choose embedded display.

    Now the next problem with flash sites :)

    How could i find the textfield names from this flash login site? Do i need a new plugin or something else?

     
    • Baron

      Baron - 2013-08-30

      What do you mean "embedded display?"

       
  • Paul

    Paul - 2011-11-23

    Flash site are OK if you can navigate by key strokes. If it's by mouse you are out of luck.

    cheers, Paul

     

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