GrantG

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  • GrantG commented,

    In Computer Details>Hardware, is there anything with "touchscreen" or "touch screen" in the "Name" field? If so, you can make a collection or report using that. Ours have a device named "HID-compli...

  • GrantG commented,

    Does that first criteria have a typo?Looks like C;\Users (with a semicolon instead of colon) on my screen, which would cause it to not do what you want.

  • GrantG commented,

    If I click the "Install Date & Time" column header on mine, it switches between ascending and descending order.  Except for the tiny section with the filter/funnel icon, that lets you choose specif...

  • GrantG commented,

    I suspect you must have had an "All" with entries for the 5580 and the 5590.  That would mean it would have to contain both for it to match.  You'd want an "Any" so it could match either one. Try t...

  • GrantG commented,

    I've used Ketarin to automate grabbing new versions from specific vendors, by comparing the download URL to existing local version.http://ketarin.canneverbe.com/   Otherwise, it would depend on wha...

  • GrantG commented,

    I don't believe so.  However, the software author is fairly responsive and could confirm.  Or might be able to tell you if that is something he could add.   But it would probably be easiest to open...

  • GrantG commented,

    You could make the first step fail the package if it detects the specified .exe running.   Example of command step: tasklist /FI "IMAGENAME eq firefox.exe" | find /I /N "firefox.exe"   Step Options...

  • GrantG commented,

    At the bottom of the Message step window, there is a countdown counter you can set.  Or wait for user to click. You can set it very short if you don't want to wait long, but then the message goes a...

  • GrantG commented,

    Try the lower part of this (I don't have your same collection, but used one I knew would show me the results the second part is looking for) And then since you know the specific username, you'd wan...

  • GrantG commented,

    Assuming your .ini file is in the same location as your setup.exe, and you're running it off a network share, you would probably need to use one of these settings too: 1)Add the ini file to the "ad...