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Run VBS silent from logonscript

Posted on 2007-11-19
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I run a VB script from within a logonscript.

Is there a way to run the VBS silent? To day it look like this in the logonscript (logon.bat)

START \\server-666\Logon\PC-Database\PC-Info.vbs

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Kasper_K
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Just try this from your batch file

call \\server\share\script.vbs

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Chandru
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Or alternatively

@START cscript /B \\server-666\Logon\PC-Database\PC-Info.vbs

@ at the begin suppresses show of batch command, cscript processes vbs file and /B means "run in batch (silent) mode".
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Neither of these worked for me.
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by:MMBS
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Thanks ubig, your option works best for me, CALL was still giving my users an error box to press OK
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