I 've been trying to add more stuff to my templates and decided that JRT would be a nice addition for my dSS subscribers in order to remove toolbars from my clients' PCs. Before I add it to the template I checked the d7II configuration of JRT and basically decided that since it works fine under Nick's configuration, I should just use it in dSS like in d7II. So, I used the JRT_Auto.cmd file as pre-execution config (like in d7II) and also used the "-y -om1 -nr" command line parameters (like in d7II). Saved it, uploaded it on a user ID and manually run the maintenance using the maintenance button.
It all went smooth as expected but when JRT run, windows switched to the SYSTEM user. Even after it finished the maintenance and emailed me etc, windows was still in SYSTEM user and if I would try to switch to my user, it would not let me, it would return to the SYSTEM user desktop. On top of that, I had a word document open at the time I started the maintenance, and even though after JRT run, windows was on the SYSTEM user, my word document was open and even task manager showed my user as active.
So the question is, WHY? Why would it switch from my user to the SYSTEM user? I have read the JRT_Auto.cmd file and I can't find anything that would direct it to do something like that. Is it one of the -y -om1 -nr parameters? If so, why doesn't it do the same in d7II? BTW, I have noticed that in d7II's app configuration there is an option to "Run as SYSTEM", in dSS there is no option like that so I don't think I have done something by mistake.
And another thing, I have noticed that if I add a custom app in a template and upload it to a clientID, the client doesn't get the new app. Is this the same for everyone or just me? I want to continue enhancing my templates but I don't want to reinstall dSS every time I want to make a change or addition.
Hope you're all good,