Password paste

Paste passwords in RDP or KRC with F3


A programmer can save you a lot of time and frustration and this fellow did just that. We thank Harmen for his work, which we freely share here, for your internal use. Unfortunately no support is possible, this is use as is.... We have never heard or seen problems, but can't en won't accept any responsibility for problems resulting from it's use. Enjoy!

  • Name: Servicedesk Aspect
  • Company: Aspect | ICT
  • Website: http://www.aspect-ict.nl
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  • Released on April 11th, 2017
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    Brian Dagan about 1 year ago

    If you're looking for a similar AutoHotkey-based version of this, the source code is located here: http://community.kaseya.com/xsp/f/31/p/23124/105141.aspx#105141

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    Cees about 2 months ago

    The tools works nice but (correct me if i'm wrong) if I copy a password, for example: G$n94pJ+L{x2k3! , then paste it with F3 is comes out like , G$n94pJ+Lx . Is this a bug or a local problem?

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    Brett about 2 months ago

    We have noticed similar behavior on certain special characters. This is a bug - but I haven't seen this ever get updated and am not sure if the original developer is maintaining this...

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    Servicedesk Aspect about 2 months ago

    Hi guys, it's true the actual developer is no longer with us, so there is no new version in the works. That being said, we've been using this for a long time and I've never seen the same behaviour on our systems using this tool..
    So, I tested the example that was included and have seen the same happening, so I'm not sure but we might not be using the { character in our passwords. That seems to be causing this. I'll see if I can get another developer to look at this, but I'm not 100% sure this code is all that flexible. If I remember correctly a simple tool was used for a quick and dirty solution....
    I hope to update this later this week.

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    Brett about 2 months ago

    Here's a great example of what the current bug can do and why we've had to use the tool either on a limited basis or avoid it:

    Copied Text: [[{{{sf3234324~!~}}}]]]
    F3 Paste Output: [[{~}}}]]]

    Appreciate you looking at it!

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    Jonathan Haase about 2 months ago

    If you take a look at the one that Brian linked to above it is another version of basically the same thing that you can take a look at the source code.... However I I'd be interested to know if you have the same info with the older KRC remote control. I found that I often have issues with it when using live connect or the new KRC from live connect, but that it works just fine in the older KRC.
    The difference appears to be some type of keyboard bug in KLC as I've often found that when it pastes it doe so in the opposite case, etc making it appear that the Shift key is stuck on, and other times it acts like the CTRL or ALT key is stuck,

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    Jonathan Haase about 2 months ago

    Also one more comment in addition to the above, I used the one sourced by Brian above and changed the Hotkey to F9 personally because I didn't want it robbing the F3 hotkey which is used for Search in a lot of apps.

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    Servicedesk Aspect about 2 months ago

    The control keys issues in remote connecting and control of a machine are a well documented Kaseya 'feature' at the moment. There's not much this tool can do about that and I haven't seen the issue crop up on our environment. We don't use the new Live Connect that much, and are waiting for a stable release (which Kaseya is working on... for a long time).
    I'm waiting to hear back from a programmer and confirm this as fixed. I'm sure the tool Brian posted is a good replacement, you can use. As promised I'll update this when I get a confirmed fix....