If you are using Chrome, you will need to use some C# (using UI.Automation) as the adapter doesn't support interrogating the windows controls from Chrome. If you are using Internet Explorer, you should be able to interrogate that window and interact with it.
Posted: 4 months ago
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Posted: 5 Jan 2021 5:29 EST Updated: 5 Jan 2021 6:22 EST
Firefox would likely require the use of C# and UIAutomation like Chrome. You can try interrogating the dialog with a Windows adapter. That might just work. You would set it to MonitorAll so that your Universal Web Adapter could still start the browser.
Posted: 3 months ago
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Posted: 9 Feb 2021 10:05 EST Updated: 9 Feb 2021 11:46 EST