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hessam

auto close message box with vbs or simple exe?

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hello

i am using this tool

after program block execution ,it show message like in screenshot

i need an vbs or simple exe program to close this message box or even before it show it up closed.and keep running so if error happen auto close then

can somebody make this happen?

thanks best regards

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WHICH software?

(the page you linked to sports several softwares)

I believe you mean Simple Software Restriction Policy:

http://iwrconsultancy.co.uk/ssrp/

What happens if you manually click OK on that popup window?

The idea should be that the program cannot be executed, once through the mentioned program (or directly by Group Policy) access is prevented, so that is just an information, by clicking OK the program is not executed anyway.

There are tens of programs capable to click automatically on a button, example:

https://www.raymond.cc/blog/auto-click-annoying-confirmation-buttons-clickoff/

http://web.archive.org/web/20120728031722/http://www.johanneshuebner.com/en/clickoff.shtml
http://web.archive.org/web/20120728031722/http://www.johanneshuebner.com/download/clickoff.exe

And there is also a "default" setting in registry (cannt say if it applies specifically and/or if this is what you actually are looking for):
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms940850.aspx

jaclaz
 

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40 minutes ago, jaclaz said:

WHICH software?

(the page you linked to sports several softwares)

I believe you mean Simple Software Restriction Policy:

http://iwrconsultancy.co.uk/ssrp/

What happens if you manually click OK on that popup window?

The idea should be that the program cannot be executed, once through the mentioned program (or directly by Group Policy) access is prevented, so that is just an information, by clicking OK the program is not executed anyway.

There are tens of programs capable to click automatically on a button, example:

https://www.raymond.cc/blog/auto-click-annoying-confirmation-buttons-clickoff/

http://web.archive.org/web/20120728031722/http://www.johanneshuebner.com/en/clickoff.shtml
http://web.archive.org/web/20120728031722/http://www.johanneshuebner.com/download/clickoff.exe

And there is also a "default" setting in registry (cannt say if it applies specifically and/or if this is what you actually are looking for):
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms940850.aspx

jaclaz
 

thank you very much for replay.

yes i am talking about Simple Software Restriction Policy.

i know the idea of Simple Software Restriction Policy and what is doing

but i want make that similar popup silent

about clickoff the idea is what i want but it detect window by its title so if that title different it is can not catch it.

also according to raymond.cc i found this  which is similar to clickoff but more advanced

i try the button capture feature but it was enable to extract window information.so it do the same way as  clickoff.

msdn link seems affect on the other messages

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As said there are likely tens of similar programs, but you seem after a totally pointless use, I will repeat myself, if you block something, it will be NOT executed AND the NON-execution will be notified to the user through the popup window, what is the ACTUAL need to hide that notification?

Please answer the above question, try to explain the actual use that you have imagined for this feature, as is your question makes very little sense (at least to me).

Just for the record (and AFAICT) the clickoff is "better than" or "same as" Buzoff, with a net saving of around 20 bucks and some 3 mb's and it is - to say the least - "queer" that it cannot "catch" that error message, as it can also monitor for text contents of the popup.

jaclaz
 

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i don't want he or she that use my pc see that message thats why i want it is be hidden

and yes clickoff i better than that program its free low memory resource

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So, if I get this right, you allow physical access to your computer to other people and when they try to run applications you prevent them from doing that?

They will double ckick on links, exe's and shortcuts and nothing will happen? :dubbio:

Anyway, clickoff should be able to "catch" that popup window by the text contained in it. :unsure:


 

jaclaz
 

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3 hours ago, hessam said:

i don't want they know what happen.:rolleyes:

Well, unless they are completely demented :w00t::ph34r: (in which case you shouldn't allow them physical  access to your machine ;)) they should be able to understand that when they click on something supposed to run a program, and nothing happens, *something* is blocking the execution of the program anyway, what they won't get to know is that this happen because of a set group policy and will be puzzled by the cause.

All in all sounds more like a prank than anything else.

jaclaz
 

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On 18.10.2016 at 6:03 PM, jaclaz said:

they should be able to understand that when they click on something supposed to run a program, and nothing happens, *something* is blocking the execution of the program anyway

You overestimate average PC user ;)

I personally guess that getting asked by literally everyone 'did I broke your PC?' will be more annoying, than replying to 'why did you block this', keeping in mind that Group Policy means literally nothing to most Windows users.

Or a really, really amazing prank. Thought of it for a while and I think I might be using it in near time :>

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