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Terminal Emulation Task
Mar 2013 • Network Automation

In this task, we will show you how AutoMate connects to a terminal server, logs in, changes the directory/folder, lists the files in the folder, extracts the content from the terminal window, loops through the content, and writes the lines containing the files listed to a text file.

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