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dutchman2

Prevent shutdown on a specific weekday!

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dutchman2

Hi to all.

I work as an administrator at a NOC (athens/greece)

and wednesdays we perform series of updates plus full virus scan on the clients.

Regardless of how many notifications I used there would be always somebody to ..shutdown

So after checking also the http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/lofivers...php?t38292.html

with a few additions it ended up in the form below

A couple of notes:

  • Be sure to add a sleep timeout on querying for shutdown otherwise cpu usage climbs up to 50%
  • I force a reboot since some progs (i.e) Avirus have already closed before the GUI
  • I included it in the Domain logon script, but u can always psexec-it
  • .....it works like a charm! :)
The only bug i've found is that when connected through remote desktop, and choosing log-off (only the first time?) a message comes up "if you shutdown this computer remotely"

and indeed if yes is pressed it shuts down. :)

Is there a way i can at least find out if a user is connected remotely to ..exit ?

George

Opt("TrayIconHide", 1)
#include <Date.au3>
#include <GUIConstants.au3>

;** check for another instance running
If WinExists("PreventShutdownGUI") then 
    Exit
EndIf
    
;**** get weekday during which to prevent shutdown from command line
$res_day=0
if $CmdLine[0]<>0 then 
    $res_day=$CmdLine[1]
else 
    Exit
EndIf

if ($res_day<1) OR ($res_day>7) then exit


$pic=FileInstall("D:\My Pictures\Icons\36_1_30.gif",@TempDir&"\36_1_30.gif")
$pic=@TempDir&"\36_1_30.gif"
$pic2=FileInstall("D:\blonde_me.jpg",@TempDir&"\blonde_me.jpg")
$pic2=@TempDir&"\blonde_me.jpg"


$WM_QUERYENDSESSION = 0x0011
GUIRegisterMsg($WM_QUERYENDSESSION, "Cancel_Shutdown")
GUICreate("PreventShutdownGUI")
GUISetSTate(@SW_HIDE)
Global $b_ShutdownInitiated = False

While 1
    Sleep (250)
   If $b_ShutdownInitiated = True then

            if $res_day=@WDAY then
            $counter=20; **countdown time
            $ttimer=$counter
            
            
            $file = FileOpen("\\xxx\shutdown_log.txt", 1)
            If $file <> -1 Then
            $time=_Now ( )
            FileWrite($file, $time&" - "&@UserName&" on "&@ComputerName&" tried to shutdown" & @CRLF)
            FileClose($file)
            EndIf

            GUICreate("ATTENTION",350,300,-1,-1,$WS_SIZEBOX+$WS_SYSMENU)  ; will create a dialog box that when displayed is centered
                $font="Comic Sans MS"
                GUISetBkColor (0xE0FFFF)
                $n=GUICtrlCreatePic($pic,140,20, 64,46)
                $iWeekday = _DateToDayOfWeek (@YEAR, @MON, @MDAY)
                
                GUISetState ()
                ;$widthCell=70
                GUICtrlCreateLabel("Today is..."& _DateDayOfWeek($iWeekDay)&"!!!!",10,80,250,40)
                GUICtrlSetFont (-1,13, 500, 4, $font)
                GUICtrlSetColor(-1,0xff0000)
                GUICtrlCreateLabel("So this PC "&@crlf&"will ONLY reboot in",30,110,270,60)
                GUICtrlSetFont (-1,13, 500, 2, $font)
                GUICtrlSetColor(-1,0x7A67EE )
                GUICtrlCreateLabel("seconds",60,170,110,180)
                GUICtrlSetFont (-1,13, 500, 2, $font)
                
                GUICtrlCreatePic($pic2,190,170, 70,70)
                
                
                $view_timer=GUICtrlCreateLabel($ttimer,30,170,30,180)
                GUICtrlSetFont (-1,13, 500, 2, $font)
                GUICtrlSetColor(-1,0xff0000)
                
                For $i = 1 to $counter 
                    sleep(1000)
                $ttimer=$ttimer-1
                ;MsgBox(4096, "DEF:", $ttimer)
                GUICtrlSetData($view_timer,$ttimer)
                Next
                ;sleep (20000)
                shutdown(2);**REBOOT
                Exit

            
        Else
            Shutdown ( 1 ) ;*** not the given weekday so go on and shutdown...
        endif        
        Exit;
    EndIf
   
WEnd


Func Cancel_Shutdown($hWndGUI, $MsgID, $WParam, $LParam)
;run(@ScriptDir & "\killpgm.exe")
    $b_ShutdownInitiated = True
    Return False
EndFunc

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