Ideas on handling logged out/locked workstations?
I currently have a PC running Win2k professional and TestPartner 5.4.0 which performs automated system healthcheck tasks on a number of computing models we have. These tasks are scheduled through the windows task scheduler to run out of hours (early hours in the morning) so that we can get a status update when we get into the office.
The problem I have is does anyone know if there is a way to handle the possibility of the PC running Testpartner being logged out/locked when the scripts are scheduled to run.
I ideally would like the script to check if the machine is either locked or logged out and if necessary unlock/login the machine so that the checks can be performed.
Any help would be most gratefully received.
Re: Ideas on handling logged out/locked workstations?
Please search through past TestPartner postings. This has been discussed before.
Pretend that TestPartner is you. If you can't do something, TestPartner can't either. That is the basic thumbrule.