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  1. Thats exactly what ended up working for me. Thanks for the pointer. Cheers!
  2. I'm reposting this here as it was suggested it was a more appropriate forum than the SCCM 2012 forum where I orginally posted. Please feel free to move that post here. Hi, I ve followed the guides and discussion from this thread, https://social.techn...um=configmgrosd, and even though I can get the hta to run perfectly from the command line, I cant get it to display in a task sequence. I can see mshta running in the task manager, but it will not show up on the screen. I have tried running it as a command line from a local folder like this: %SYSTEMDRIVE%\windows\system32\mshta c:\Tools\PromptforPassword.hta As well as running it as a script from the toolkit package like this: %SYSTEMROOT%\system32\mshta.exe "%SCRIPTROOT%\PromptForPassword.hta" But the command just times out. The log files whow the command line is properly parsed but still no joy. Am I missing something? The original thread indicates that the poster was succesful, however a few pwople afterwards indicated having the same problem, but no resolution was posted. Any help is appreciated. John
  3. Hi H4x0r, I'm trying to password protect a task sequnce so we can advertise it to a large group of computers. The password protection is to prevent exactly the situation you have alluded to, however, if an end user got hold of the password and managed to image thier workstation through this, it wouldn't be the end of the world. The thread I referred to seems to suggest that shis should work, and I'm using the exact script that was created for this purpose, but I'm suspecting that there is some sort of TS property that is preventing it from working, any thoughts? Thanks John
  4. Hi, I ve followed the guides and discussion from this thread, https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/systemcenter/en-US/1243cb1b-e8da-448e-b833-5dc3a69dc435/can-i-display-a-hta-during-existing-os-rebuild-task-sequence-sccmosd?forum=configmgrosd, and even though I can get the hta to run perfectly from the command line, I cant get it to display in a task sequence. I can see mshta running in the task manager, but it will not show up on the screen. I have tried running it as a command line from a local folder like this: %SYSTEMDRIVE%\windows\system32\mshta c:\Tools\PromptforPassword.hta As well as running it as a script from the toolkit package like this: %SYSTEMROOT%\system32\mshta.exe "%SCRIPTROOT%\PromptForPassword.hta" But the command just times out. The log files whow the command line is properly parsed but still no joy. Am I missing something? The original thread indicates that the poster was succesful, however a few pwople afterwards indicated having the same problem, but no resolution was posted. Any help is appreciated. John
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