Anyway to run macro when remote is not connected?

I use windows’ scheduler to run macro in the morning. But the macro will fail either ‘not found’ or some other error. The mocro is running totally ok when I connected. So I guess there’s not way to run macro when the remote is not connected?

The only way to fix that, is to use python to write a ‘real’ selenium?

Python works without user login as it does not use a real browser. But Python web automation is rather basic, it has no real user simulation and visual automation.

The good news is that the Ui.Vision software can also work when remote RDP is not connected. The solution is to do an autologin, so there is an active user session on the machine. And make sure the screen saver (desktop lock) is not on.

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