I have a script that net send's a message that something is happening. I do not want the user to be able to click OK or close the alert or anything until the event has happened. Is there a way to have a yes/no type thing, like vbYesNo, using net send? Here's how it is used in my .cmd script:
ftp -s:ftp-ls.scr ftp.host.com
> %temp%\ftp-ls.tmp 2>&1
find /i "FromOffice.mdb" "%temp%\ftp-ls.tmp"
If "%errorlevel%" == "1" (
Net Send %computername% You Already Have The Most Current Data File. No File Was Downloaded.
Net Send %computername% Now Downloading The Most Current Data File.
ftp -s:ftp-get.scr ftp.host.com
Net Send %computername% Download Complete.