IceBox Posted September 11, 2006 Report Share Posted September 11, 2006 Does anybody know the extent of Macro Express' functionality while a workstation is locked? I have already found out that a scheduled macro will still run if the workstation is locked. The functions I know it can perform on a locked workstation are: 1. Display a text box 2. Launch an application I am sure there are others, but these two I know from testing. So is there a distinct list of commands that do/don't work on a locked workstation documented anywhere? And the most important question... Does anyone know how to get Macro Express to unlock your workstation? If that is possible, then I can have MacExp unlock the station, do what I need it to do, and then re-lock it. Any help would be appreciated. -- Michael Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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