Android : Launch-able SOTI Script shortcut on SOTI Lockdown
Hi Ben, based on what I did from a few years ago, you can use
The default filename extension is .cmd, but I think anything will do. The tricky part is to reference the path to your script file on your device brand/model, which might have a different file hierarchy for different device brand/model. However, all Android devices have the default "download" directory in the on-board Flash, which should be easily referenced with MobiControl macro %sdcard%/Download. Please note that the macro %sdcard% here does not refer to external add-on SD-card, which might be referenced with another macro, %removablesdcard%, for some device brands/models in Mobicontrol v184.108.40.20651+ & v14.0.2+ according to the latest Soti online info.
So, if you have a script abc.cmd in the default "Download" directory, you should have the following for your lockdown menu item:
Some devices/firmware/webview engine might use/interpret \ as path delimiter. Please verify on each device model you are using.
Your screenshot was cut off @Ben! Just kidding its listed in the 12.x documentation, not the 13.
I'll give these suggestions a shot later today.
I have already tried delivering a .cmd script to a device while using the script:// method but maybe I had something wrong.
I got this working as Raymond and Matt suggested.
With Zebra MX/Android, you must specify the Lockdown shortcut as "script://%sdcard%/posti.cmd".
The Lockdown shortcut is calling the posti.cmd script being delivered to the sdcard directory via package. I simply used the default destination path to deliver this "%sdcard%\"
It seems I have gotten used to leaving out the % in most of my use with ADB and SOTI scripting.
Much thanks for the assistance!