VIII Installing, Configuring, and Deploying Desktop Automation Services

Desktop Automation Services (DAS) is a software component service that runs locally on the workstation to handle unique use cases associated with workstations or kiosks (multiple users using the same workstation during the day or during other shifts).

DAS provides a way to execute selective and configurable lists of user operations from virtually any scripting or programming medium on the Microsoft Windows operating system. This allows you to change the behavior of the workstation based on how you work, instead of how a computer works. This provides you the best and most flexible computing experience while saving time and mouse clicks, and adding productivity improvements.