I have been asked to provide a link to view a folder, on the desktop of all users. I can do this without issue. I do have an issue with the security/privacy of the contents of the folder in question.
Out DC is SBS 2003 and I will be using a batch file called from the login script to create a short-cut on the desktop for each user at login.
I want to add a disclaimer pop-up that appears when the short-cut is launched. Again I can actually do this with a very simple VBScript file.
What I haven't been able to do, is add a cancel or exit button to the pop-up. The pop-up I have created just has an 'OK' button and then goes on to display the list. I want to give the user the chance to back-out instead of proceeding. So I need an 'OK' Button and a 'Cancel' button.
I will attach the VBScript file and this is how I call it:
cscript MessageBox.vbs "This will be shown in a popup."
Having said all that, I am not all that happy with the fact that the Command Prompt window sits behind the pop-up waiting for a repsonse from the user; is there a better and neater way to do this? May be some other way to call the VBScript file rather than from a batch file?