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Respond to post-login interaction requests with command template variables

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Oct 03, 2016

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If you log in to a device and perform an action and are then prompted for interaction, for example, you receive a Press any key prompt, use the following command variables in the command template to not time out:

<Command Name="PreCommand" Value="${CTRL+Y}"/>

Sent when the device does not respond for three seconds.

<Command Name="PreCommand" Value="${CTRL+Y}" Delay="3"/>

Sent when the device does not respond for more than three seconds.

<Command Name="PreCommand" Value="${CTRL+Y}" Delay="3" RegEx="Press Any Key"/>

Sent when the device does not respond for more than three seconds and the last received data was Press Any Key.

 

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