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I am writing a script that is going to deploy several updates standard configuration options to my domain computers

I want to prevent keyboard and mouse input while a script is running, as if the user were to close the script it could damage his system and make more work for me.

I do not see a command that will do it in the help file and my rather crude attempt at searching only made me feel stupider - am I missing something?

Thanks!

(and is stupider a word?)

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Try BlockInput (1)

Hope it helps :lmao:

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Hi,

have a look at BlockInput. Additionally you can turn the monitor black during installing.

So long,

Mega


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Try BlockInput (1)

Hope it helps :lmao:

You are my hero.

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I am writing a script that is going to deploy several updates standard configuration options to my domain computers

I want to prevent keyboard and mouse input while a script is running, as if the user were to close the script it could damage his system and make more work for me.

I do not see a command that will do it in the help file and my rather crude attempt at searching only made me feel stupider - am I missing something?

Thanks!

(and is stupider a word?)

You do realize that "prevent keyboard and mouse input while a script is running" could also be used in some nasty software. You guys should really watch what your are doing

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You do realize that "prevent keyboard and mouse input while a script is running" could also be used in some nasty software. You guys should really watch what your are doing

you might want to look in the help file for BlockInput before commenting


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