There are no native batch commands to do this - possibly a debug script can do it but then you are still using scripts.
Good answer Foxi..I came to the same conclusion, that dos by itself can't do the keystrokes natively, but since
this is a Dos forum I wanted to use dos as much as possible without relying on other methods. I personally like to
do as much "hands free" as possible and dos seems to allow that over the other methods.The 3rd party apps usually
require user interaction and mouse clicks unless I use AutoIt, Vbs is great but if there is an error it will
stall out on you waiting for a response unlike dos that is more forgiving and registry hacks work but I perfer using reg add and reg delete
when possible via commandline. Finally someone on here has a Helpful answer without the sarcasm like some other members.