I'm just learning Wisescript 7 SP1 (7.1.0.599) and I have another seemingly simple task I need to accomplish.

I need to display a "Custom Dialog" box because the built in "Display message" action is limited. I noticed when using "Custom Dialog" the user can hit ESC or click the X in the top right corner to abort the whole script. Worse yet, it exits with errorlevel = 0. I need to prevent the user from aborting the script but I don't know how. Or at least I need it to exit with a non-zero errorlevel.

Is this task simply impossible with Wisescript????
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Switch to Installation Expert view-> progressbar, Set "Do not allow installation to be cancelled" and/or "do not allow progress dialog to be cancelled"
Answered 03/05/2008 by: pgiesbergen
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Thanks. I don't have this option in WiseScript Editor, which is why I couldn't find it.

I found the option in WiseScript Package Editor, which is different in ways that I am not totally aware of.
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Answered 03/19/2008 by: MicrosoftBob
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