[wpkg-users] Logon delay

Landers, Paul paul.landers at ttuhsc.edu
Tue Feb 2 21:57:02 CET 2010

Thanks!  I have tested and confirmed this to be true.  I set logon delay to 10 minutes, and the logon delay box displayed for a full 2 minutes on this (older) hardware.

Paul Landers
I.T. Section Manager
TTUHSC Preston Smith Library
paul.landers at ttuhsc.edu

On Feb 2, 2010, at 2:44 PM, Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:

> On 02.02.2010 21:40, Landers, Paul wrote:
>> The wiki says:
>> "Next, you can change logon settings - it is possible to delay user logon when applications are installing.
>> Of course, if applications are installed faster than the delay we specified, the user is not unnecessarily delayed."
>> http://wpkg.org/Screenshots:es
>> I have set a logon delay of 1 minute.  However, this delay exists on *every* restart.  According to the wiki, it should delay
>> only if there are packages to deploy.   Is this a bug or have I misunderstood the wiki.
> The "logon delay" box could show up for up to about 20 secs when the 
> system starts (and wpkg.js executes, reads XML files, does some checks 
> and exits).
> If you set the delay to, say, 20 minutes - will it be shown for the full 
> 20 minutes? If yes, it means you may have a package which waits for user 
> input.
> -- 
> Tomasz Chmielewski
> http://wpkg.org

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