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Hide command window when loading

Hide command window when loading

Hide command window when loading

(OP)
Hi Guys,

This line is an extract from a simple script I have:

wshshell.run """C:\Scripts\Page File\Page File.vbs""", 0, True

I would think this would run and suppress the command window so the user does not see it. Do I have the line coded incorrectly? Do I want to use wshshell.exec? I can paste the rest of the code, but it is nothing fancy. I would just the command window hidden.

Thank you.

RE: Hide command window when loading

try:
wshshell.run "cscript.exe ""C:\Scripts\Page File\Page File.vbs""", 0, True

RE: Hide command window when loading

(OP)
Hi,

Thanks for the suggestion. One follow up. I am trying to run my script post sysprep in Windows 7 via setupcomplete.cmd. How can I code the line so Windows 7 doesn't ask me if I want to open the VBS?

Thanks.

RE: Hide command window when loading

(OP)
Hi,

I tried the following and I am still presented with a window prompting me to open the file:

set oEnv = oShell.Environment(“PROCESS”)
oEnv(“SEE_MASK_NOZONECHECKS”) = 1
oEnv.Remove(“SEE_MASK_NOZONECHECKS”)

This does not work when integrated with the rest of my vbscript. Any suggestions to get the vbscript to work without prompting prior to opening the file?

RE: Hide command window when loading

All I can think of is that it's a UAC setting. Are you running with elevated rights?

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