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No Splash Screen at Logoff under Windows 10 - anyone else ?

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Under Windows 7 SP1 x64 with UEM 9.1 no Problem, with Win1703 and/or 1709 with UEM 9.2 and 9.3 ==> no splash screen Smiley Happy

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We have a splash screen an Login (GPO triggered without FlexEngine -r) and we dont have a slash screen at logoff (Script Triggered wit FlexEngine -s)

Thanks,

Dominik

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Hi Dominik, hi Ivan,

I'm not too sure, to be honest. Nothing changed on UEM's side, but I think Windows 8 or 10 changed how/when exactly the logoff script runs...

Does Administrative Templates\System\Scripts|Display instructions in logoff scripts as they run maybe help for this? You might see an additional command prompt window, but maybe that also results in our splash screen actually being visible?

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Hi Dominik,

I experience the same using UEM 9.2.1 and Windows Server 2016. Although it does work on Windows 7.

I also actived the policy setting you mentioned and run flexengine.exe from either script or GPO directly.

UEMdev​, do you know of such behavior or is there another explanation that you can think of?


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Hi Dominik, hi Ivan,

I'm not too sure, to be honest. Nothing changed on UEM's side, but I think Windows 8 or 10 changed how/when exactly the logoff script runs...

Does Administrative Templates\System\Scripts|Display instructions in logoff scripts as they run maybe help for this? You might see an additional command prompt window, but maybe that also results in our splash screen actually being visible?

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Thanks! I will give it a try and come back on that.


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Great idea UEMdev​ - works now Smiley Happy But now we see ALL logoff scripts lol - not good.

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Hey, you asked for a way to see the UEM splash screen, right? 🙂

But, yeah, I can imagine that you're now seeing a bit too much. I'm afraid there's nothing we can do about that, though.