Scripting Question

Does a locked-screen matter?

03/03/2017 818 views
K1000, IPv4 Network with 150+ Enduser Workstations, Windows 10 (x64) OS. Ref: 3rd Party Updates, Patching. Ref: KACE Installation Scripts, Scheduled Distribution. 

Does a Windows 10 locked-screen (ctrl+alt+del "lock") interfere with scheduled distribution or scripted installs? I ask this question because I seem to have a random number of computers that routinely fail after-hours updates and suspect that the users are not signing off properly but instead are locking their screens. I am curious to know if others have encountered this and if so, what measures were taken to get around it -- aside from the obvious call to said user. Thanks!
1 Comment   [ + ] Show comment


This question is locked
  • http://www.itninja.com/question/does-a-locked-screen-matter

Be the first to answer this question

This question is locked
This website uses cookies. By continuing to use this site and/or clicking the "Accept" button you are providing consent Quest Software and its affiliates do NOT sell the Personal Data you provide to us either when you register on our websites or when you do business with us. For more information about our Privacy Policy and our data protection efforts, please visit GDPR-HQ