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Windows 7: How to auto-kill orphaned processes if there is still a live one?

07 Aug 2015   #11
UsernameIssues

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We could probably get the "OK" button to be clicked on via that same script that restarts Firefox; however, it might be possible to make the userID and password a part of the URL. (Unless you don't want the password shown. In which case, you should have a master password set for Firefox to prevent Firefox from showing all stored passwords.)

For VLC, the syntax for authentication might be:
rtsp://userID:Password@IPaddress:Port#
I've not worked with authentication and VLC.


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07 Aug 2015   #12
carwiz

Windows 7 Pro-x64
 
 

You don't need additional software to keep the PC "alive". Just change the power settings to never sleep. In the example below, I turn off the display after 45 minutes of no activity and have a screen savor for the first 15 minutes of that but you can select to never turn off the display.


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