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How can I automate a login procedure that requires Google Authentication?

Hello,

I'm trying to automate a login procedure where a Google Authenticate verification key has to be generated. I'm using application WinAuth to generate the key. For some reason I'm not able to Xscan the WinAuth application (https://winauth.github.io/winauth/download.html), so I can't steer it. Does anyone have any idea how to make this work? Or maybe someone has other applications/ways to generate the key?

Last resort would be to disable authentication on the environment...

Best regards,

Koen

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Gerald Kafko

Created: 2019-01-11 13:02:36 , Updates: 1, Last Update: 2019-01-11 13:03:01

Hello Koen!

Do you receive any error message in your XScan window or does the WinAuth application not show up? 

Have you tried to use the Tosca Wizard (Classic) ?

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Koen Verhoeven

Created: 2019-01-11 15:17:39

Hi Gerald,

Thank you for your quick reply. The XScan is working, but it is not giving me enough options to steer WinAuth. Actually I have just found a workaround by changing some settings within WinAuth. I think I can make it work this way. If not, I'll update this thread. I will also update the solution here when I get it to work.

Br,

Koen

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Koen Verhoeven

Created: 2019-01-11 15:17:41

Hi Gerald,

Thank you for your quick reply. The XScan is working, but it is not giving me enough options to steer WinAuth. Actually I have just found a workaround by changing some settings within WinAuth. I think I can make it work this way. If not, I'll update this thread. I will also update the solution here when I get it to work.

Br,

Koen

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Koen Verhoeven

Created: 2019-01-16 11:34:09

Solution Update:

WinAuth appears to have the possibility to use Shortcut Keys and set an action on what to do with the verification code.

I set the Shortcut Key to Ctrl+1 and the action to 'Enter code into current window'. In Tosca I only have to select the input field and then it sends the keystroke ^(1) (Tbox Send Keys).

So the solution appeared to be a lot easier then what I was initially trying to do.

Br,
Koen

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