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aaronpriest

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  1. Well, DUH! Of course that worked fine, thanks!!! These multiple ands, ors, and nots, get me so tripped up. :-P
  2. I'm trying to follow... wouldn't that mean one would always show up in the other OS since I'm trying to exclude just two? I might just set it to look for Win8.1 and remove the Win8 detection since I only have 1 computer I have to keep at Win8 for USB driver support for one device (8.1 changed something funky with USB drivers for some devices).
  3. Because it is unnecessary to update, and I want it excluded from the list of things to update on those two operating systems rather than showing a checkbox that it has to be updated. When I only had to exclude Win8 it worked fine, but I'm unsure how to exclude both. I tried putting an or condition in parenthesis, but it didn't work.
  4. Can someone help me with this condition line? I'm trying to install Flash for IE on every operating system but Windows 8 or 8.1, and I just can't get it to work now that I have to exclude both 8 and 8.1: cond[pn]=['getBits()==64 && (getOSver()!="Win8" || getOSver()!="Win8.1") && getFileVersion("%WinDir%\\System32\\Macromed\\Flash\\FlashUtil64_13_0_0_214_ActiveX.exe")!="13.0.0.214"'];Thanks!
  5. Howdy! I run WPI from a network share to update workstations. I used to start it from a batch script, but it no longer works with 8.4.6. Now I get an error that says "A previous WPI instance has not been closed correctly. Please close WPI correctly to allow the Internet Explorer debugging keys to be properly restored." Then I get a blank WPI.hta window. It works fine if I run it from my portable drive or map a network drive first before running the script, so that's my workaround for the moment. My batch script is just below. Any ideas? if "%allusersprofile%"=="%systemdrive%\ProgramData" goto Vista SET allstart=%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs SET userstart=%USERPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs SET alldesktop=%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Desktop goto WPI :Vista SET allstart=%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs SET userstart=%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs SET alldesktop=%SYSTEMDRIVE%\Users\Public\Desktop goto WPI :WPI SET download=%~dp0 SET quicklaunch=%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch SET userdesktop=%USERPROFILE%\Desktop ftype htafile="%windir%\system32\mshta.exe" "%%1" pushd %~dp0 cd wpi wpi.exe popd


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