Start remote program, but don't wait



  • Jason Hanks

    Hi Jean Carlos,

    I have done this before by creating a .bat file with a start command and parameters.  In this case it would be: start /d C:\windows\system32\ /b notepad.exe

    I named this .bat file notepad.bat and placed this in my repository.  From there I created a new package and used the .bat file as my install file and let er rip.


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  • Mat Burchett

    You can just do the following

    New Step - Command Details - start /d "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mitel\Mitel Phone Manager" /b PhoneManager.Client.exe Options - Run As - Logged on User.

    Works for me no batch file needed.

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  • Michael Wasson

    For the app I am trying to run, this didn't work for me. I created a VBS script and set the Option to "Run As - Logged on User" with the following.

    Dim objShell

    Set objShell = WScript.CreateObject( "WScript.Shell" )

    objShell.Run("""C:\Program Files\App1\Application.exe""")

    Set objShell = Nothing

    Now my app launches correctly and the deployment ends with success.

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  • asukabelly

    I have been faced same problem by my client but one of my best app developer his name is david solved this problem through some custom code which was based on react native platform.

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