The Windows Task Scheduler is causing OCRL to fail to recognize correctly

I am using Windows Task Scheduler to execute a script at a scheduled time. However, there is a step in the script where I use OCRL to recognize the verification code for logging into the system. The UI.Vision script editor covers the area that OCRL needs to recognize, causing the script to fail. Is there any way to hide or remove the UI.Vision script editor so that the OCRL can work correctly?

Hi, yes, see

Thank you for your guidance, the problem has been solved!

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