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  • Location
    Drumheller Alberta
  • Agent Count
    500 - 750 Agents
  1. I am looking to create a very simple script to utilize the popup message command. However, what I really want to do is have the script ask the technician what message to send before executing. This would allow us to mass notify users of potential issues and create custom messages. Can this be done through the use of variables? **UPDATE** I eventually figured this out. All I did was add a parameter of CustomMessage. I then used the Console Show Message command in the script with the message being @CustomMessage@. When you run the script, on the schedule window, it has a text box to enter your custom message.
  2. Sorry to resurrect an old post but when I try to use this, I get the following: msxml6.dll: A security error occurred It says that it passes but it is not really a pass as I have tested it with bad parameters to be sure. Any ideas?
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