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Good Day, I am trying to set up automater to log me into an internet client monitor I am required to use by my school instead of me having to click login all the time. The little icons lives in the taskbar all I have to do is click on the icon and then click login. I have tried doing this multiple times with Watch Me Do yet each time it does not work, returning the error Watch Me Do Encountered an Error- The action encountered an error. Any suggestions??
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