[wpkg-users] prevent users from logging in
m.chinn at gbrmpa.gov.au
Thu Nov 9 23:53:02 CET 2006
If you pause the explorer.exe process it can have the same effect as
preventing users from using the machine
Adam Peart wrote:
> Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
>> Marc Hennes wrote:
>>> i am testing to run wpkg as a service. I used wpkg-installer-0.50 to set
>>> up the service and it seems to work fine.
>>> But is it somehow possible to prevent users from logging in while wpkg
>>> is running and showing up a message that wpkg run? I find it quite
>>> annoying if a package is installed which reboots the system and a user
>>> already logged in.
>> Hmm, not at the moment.
>> The next version will allow to hide all windows displayed by WPKG and
>> installers (run totally in the background).
>> Preventing the user from logging in seems more challenging... But I'll
>> add it to the TODO list.
>> Any more wishes? :)
> Well, if your after wishes, it would be nice to have an optional mini
> Window that states which package is being installed, esp. for silent
> installers that don't have a progress bar. That way you can see which
> program is being installed, without having to keep looking in the event
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