Network install without being signed in

I have a batch file that is maintained on a network share. I have my scripting work great when I have someone logged in but if there is no user signed in on the remote PC the script just sits their.

  • I do have "Allow run without a logged-in user" checked
  • I am also using "Credentials"
  • I have verified that the stored Credentials have access.

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  • If you 'run now' does it execute?. If not does it drop the XML or dependencies under "C:\ProgramData\Dell\KACE\kbots_cache"? - Desktop Jockey 3 years ago
  • Even with the "Run Now" it does not go. I do see both the xml file and the support folder.

    Very Odd - DLCurtis 3 years ago
  • Which Version of agent / Kbox you running?
    Also, How are you calling on the batch file in your script? - Desktop Jockey 3 years ago
  • Agent is 7.1.62
    KBox is 7.1.149 - DLCurtis 3 years ago
  • As for called the batch.
    I am using the KACE batch
    Then I use the start command. As I have 4 different ones to call but they have to go in order. - DLCurtis 3 years ago
    • This is how I execute BAT files via scripting, maybe try like this. I always upload the .BAT file as a dependency.

      https://ibb.co/fAsbLv - Channeler 3 years ago
  • I run mine the same way as channeler most of the time.

    Try making a script and in the verify step, 'Verify file exists', then throw in the network path to your script. Run that and see if it gives any joy. - Desktop Jockey 3 years ago

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