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Was your target user or machine based? In any event I would not use managed script, I would use a Policy Supported Push with a batch/script to copy the files (robocopy, xcopy, etc...) Managed Script has no task completion so you will not hit the machines that are off during the initial push. PSP will make it much more manageable/hands off.
Thank you, zman,
the target is a machine, no copy in user profile...
Uups, I don't know this:
Managed Script has no task completion . . .
I use Policy Supported Push for all SWD packages or EXE deployments or some special batch things...
I wanted to try Managed Scripts to deploy only one file... (its easy to create)
But now, I'll change the deployment of my file with a batch...
I found this in the helpfile in chapter: Using the Distribution package dialog
Do not attempt task completion: Use this option to not use the task completion feature to retry failed jobs. Normally, when task completion is
installed on devices, failed jobs will be retried the next time task completion runs. Failed jobs will still be logged if you use this option.
Mmh, could it work although? Ok, not in my "old" script, I've edited my script and deleted all lines, except my copy line... !http://community.landesk.com/support/images/emoticons/laugh.gif!, so no task completion settings are included... but for new scripts?
I made a short test to create a new "File Transfer Script", made with the assistent. I create one script with marked task completon setting and one without, I delete no entry. Then I checked both INI files and they are identical. Where is the option stored or is it stored, is it a dummy entry?
I could be wrong but I think the task completion setting in managed scripts does not work anymore and is just there for backward compatibility.
Ok, but I'm a bit confused now.
If this has no function in the dialog, why it is included? You can't edit scripts after creation with it (unlike the OSD scripts)...
Do you have old scripts with a entry for task completion?