My query is very similar to: Can a Mac be programmed to simulate pressing a key at a certain rate via software? whereby need to have script, so the Macbook won't lock automatically (caffienate -t is not working due to policy). The keystroke also needs to be a safe key (like SCROLL LOCK2 or very passive key) which doesn't do any harm.
Do you know how to replace the keystroke of SCROLL LOCK2 or "fn" key via command
# below one just inserts "fn" characters, which is dangerous echo "set i to 0 repeat while i < 15 set i to i + 1 delay 5 # Trying out fn key, but not sure what is the keystroke value of it? tell application \"System Events\" to keystroke \"fn\" end repeat" | osascript