I am trying to push a cmd file out through KACE, but can't for some apparent reason.

 

This is from Microsoft:

  1. Launch an elevated Command Prompt by navigating to Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> and then right click on “Command Prompt” and select “Run as Administrator”. Type “CD” followed by the path to where you have extracted the 4 files in step 2 above.
  2. In the Command Prompt, type “ie10_blocker.cmd /B” and hit Enter to set the blocker on the machine.

Well, I dont want to touch every machine to do this.

 

So, I went to setup a script in KACE and it never runs

I am loggin in as our Domain Administrator on the network, it will run manually on every machine

 

What am I missing?thanks

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By default a script will use LocalSystem as the credentials.  Generally, that doesn't have rights to map a network location.  Try running it as an online kscript, use the "run as" option and give it credentials that can map the location.

Another option would be to upload it as a dependency to the script and you wouldn't have to map the drive.  That would work as an offline and/or online kscript assuming it didn't need admin rights to install.  If so, use the run as option as mentioned above.

 

Answered 02/05/2013 by: jknox
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Use an Online kscript and attach the cmd file as a dependency. On Success launch a program

Directory: $(KACE_DEPENDENCY_DIR)

File: IE10_blocker.cmd

 

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Answered 02/06/2013 by: mpace
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spent 3 hours with tech support and they couldn't solve it, tried every possible combo

I can't even create a registry entry

Answered 02/05/2013 by: lsulax
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