Alan

Alan

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    Just wanted to add I use the toolkit all the time. I’m grateful for your time in creating this!

  • Alan
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    I would think it’s possible. You would just have to have a batch file or VB script to call the uninstallers from a UNC path.

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    wow, I think I would just use the adobe customization wizard and build a MST 🙂

  • Alan
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    for logged in have a group in your TS with the option select * from win32_computersystem where username IS NOT NULL

    and for logged out have a group select * from win32_computersystem where username IS NULL

    then use ServiceUI if the user is logged in. If not then just run a version of the script without the prompts and such.

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    I’m sure if you look up officescrub script for 2016 you’ll find one and just add it to a Execute-Process -FilePath “CScript.Exe” -Arguments “”$dirSupportFiles\ line

  • Alan
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    If your pushing this package with SCCM just have allow users to interact with program and users will see your prompts if logged in.

  • Alan
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    I use this for an office upgrade..
    Show-InstallationPrompt -title ‘Uninstall office’ -Message “This PC is beginning the process of uninstalling the current version of office and installing Office 2013.
    Please save any documents. This process will begin in five minutes.
    By clicking the ok button, this process will begin immediately” -icon Information -buttonRighttext ‘OK’ -Timeout 300 -ExitOnTimeout $false

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by  Alan.
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  • Alan
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    I believe you don’t have to code it. I know deploying it via sccm you get this…
    [Initialization] :: Session 0 not detected.
    [Initialization] :: Installation is running in [Interactive] mode.

  • Alan
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    in reply to: Session 0 UI #358

    I could have sworn, I have deployed a package in the past with SCCM with PDT and Show-installation would always show the dialog even if set to “Whether or not user is logged on”.

    But I see in the logs session 0 detected, setting to non-interactive.
    Was it before 3.5.0?

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