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Using Powershell to sign into Aspect Uniphi (VoIP GUI) on a set schedule

Using Powershell to sign into Aspect Uniphi (VoIP GUI) on a set schedule

Using Powershell to sign into Aspect Uniphi (VoIP GUI) on a set schedule

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Hey folks, wish aspect came with some sort of way to automate things, but alas, it does not. I have an Aspect Uniphi Softphone client that needs to have the GUI automated to sign on and off at certain times of the day following a set schedule. I'd like to do more with it further down the road, like implementing the ability to recognize certain "states" of the program and issuing commands appropriately - but for now I'm simply trying to familiarize myself with Powershell, while getting this most important task out of the way.

I'm very new to Powershell, so much that I can only do very basic commands. I am however, very very familiar with Batch files and the if, and, or variables. Batch just doesn't have the capability of recognizing and/or modifying GUI structure or buttons, obviously.

Can anyone enlighten me as to the steps that would need to be required to script an automation of the Aspect Uniphi program?

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