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    Pause a script

    Hi

    Is this the code for VBS to pause the script for 60000 milliseconds please?

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    WScript.sleep 60000
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    Yup - that it is.

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    Thought so, our new computers run the logon script to fast.

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    You know, Google could have told you that...

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    That’s where I got it from, but I like to be sure.

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    Out of 62,800 results, I think the likelihood of them all being wrong are very slim

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    There was a few that showed something different. all i wanted to do is to make sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by webman View Post
    You know, Google could have told you that...
    To be fair Google could answer loads of questions posted on here but the forum exists for us to check things out with each other. I don't think any of us should have a problem with that.

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    What part is running too fast?

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    its something that alters outlook for the next bit of the script, that bit configures outlook for exchange. It copies a file from a server, the script is running fast than it is to copy the file thus casing problems.

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