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Windows Service to log me into a firewall automatically

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G'day all,
I have a firewall that disconnects me after about 2 hours. It is a
SecurePoint firewall in which I go to a URL, supply username password
and then it authenticates.
Is there a script, or windows service that can automatically go the
address, and log me in so I don't have to authenticate manually every 2
hours. ?

Any help would be appreciated.

Kind regards.

May 15 '06 #1
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You could always write an EXE that will do this, and then set it up as a
scheduled task to run ever, 1.5 hours or so?

Hope this helps.

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G'day all,
I have a firewall that disconnects me after about 2 hours. It is a
SecurePoint firewall in which I go to a URL, supply username password
and then it authenticates.
Is there a script, or windows service that can automatically go the
address, and log me in so I don't have to authenticate manually every 2
hours. ?

Any help would be appreciated.

Kind regards.

May 15 '06 #2

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