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Application starting before NSL agent


Hello,

Excuse me if the question was already posted but I do not find it ....


I have an application (from Checkpoint) using an agent which uses the
network credentials.
The script is working fine but the agent is starting faster than the
NSL agent.
So, the login windows is "staying" on the screen...

I am pretty sure there are different ways and maybe there is something
from NSL but I did not find it yet ...
So, I am looking for some best practices or hint to manage this kind of
situation .....

Thx for your help ...

Stephan


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Application starting before NSL agent

Stephan,

NSL should run a process which checks for existing apps and logs in to
them. I can't remember (bad memory) what version this was included in
as it was quite a while ago.

As an alternative you should be able to get NSL to start up the app
rather than getting Windows or a login script to do it for you. You can
do that using a "startup" script within NSL.

Dave

On 16/02/2012 08:56, spauwels wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> Excuse me if the question was already posted but I do not find it ....
>
>
> I have an application (from Checkpoint) using an agent which uses the
> network credentials.
> The script is working fine but the agent is starting faster than the
> NSL agent.
> So, the login windows is "staying" on the screen...
>
> I am pretty sure there are different ways and maybe there is something
> from NSL but I did not find it yet ...
> So, I am looking for some best practices or hint to manage this kind of
> situation .....
>
> Thx for your help ...
>
> Stephan
>
>

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