Lockdown Windows Desktop Classic

Lockdown Windows Desktop Classic

Hello,

i would like to run command prompt with special arguments cause i need the user to run a batch-file.

Direct linking the batch file in the kiosk just offers the user to save or start the batch, but i want it to execute directly.

Packaging the batch as executable isnt working either.

 

In the Help Section there is info on giving parameter to an executable:

 

 So my resolution was to run batch via this linked in the lockdown:

C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cmd.exe,/c "c:\batch.bat"

But it just opens command prompt.

 

Does anyone has a bit of experience with the windows lockdown?

Kind Regards John

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SCMOD@SOTI | posted this 28 October 2019

Hey John,

 

Thank you for your question.

Can you confirm that the batch file doesn't need Command Prompt to be open as Administrator. 

In addition to above, the user account should have privileges to run the file on the device.

 

Thank you. 

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John Doe | posted this 29 October 2019

Hello SCMOD,

yes the batch can be run without administrator rights by the user.

I guess its just the problem that /C isnt really a parameter unlike -t or something.

Just linking the batch is giving the option to download or to run the batch file, would be nice if this would behave differently.

Kind Regards John

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