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  • in reply to: Windows 11 Support #5377
    rtrussrtruss
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    I didn’t either until last week.

    in reply to: Windows 11 Support #5375
    rtrussrtruss
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    display:%1 vs display:%21

    Windows 11 reports the respective variable like this
    with %1
    Microsoft Windows 11 Enterprise

    with %21 aka:%productname% we get
    Windows 10 Enterprise

    I didn’t notice this right away 🙁 and now need to go back to multiple lines to remove Microsoft from the disaply as I’m trying to keep it short so it does not eat real estate on the screen. This I of course blam Microsoft for leaving dirty code in place but still sad. 🙁

    in reply to: DPi settings question #5225
    rtrussrtruss
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    So I have been playing around with this today and attached are the outcomes of various views with auto-scale on and off and between built-in and external disaplys. The only major differences in the ini files are:
    auto-scale=1
    font-size=6
    width=440

    auto-scale=0
    font-size=20
    width=770

    the biggest hurdle here is of course overall size but also the control settings get all whacky

    # control settings for auto-scale=1
    CONTROL=type:1,wide:1,control-style:,display:Help Desk URL:
    CONTROL2=left:140,type:0,button-color:%blue%,display:Helpnow.com,uri:https://helpnow.com
    COMMENT=text:,font-size:100%
    # control settings for auto-scale=0
    CONTROL=font-size:50%,type:1,wide:1,control-style:,display:Help Desk URL:
    CONTROL2=font-size:50%,left:245,type:0,button-color:%blue%,display:Helpnow.com,uri:https://helpnow.com
    COMMENT=text:,font-size:100%

    this is simply for 1 item i have a entire page using control and wow with auto scaling off its all over the place and with it enabled nothing is readable if its not running on the display it was initially configured for, but it will scale the control items correctly everything else gets messed up then.

    in reply to: DPi settings question #5220
    rtrussrtruss
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    Now its sstating to come back to me. NOT using auto-scale really messes up my control buttons. below is one of the items . The commented item is what i use with auo-scale on and then the uncommented is what is needed to adjust it so its legible.

    #CONTROL=type:1,wide:1,control-style:,display:Help Desk URL:
    #CONTROL2=left:140,type:0,button-color:%blue%,display:Helpnow.brunswick.com,uri:https://helpnow.brunswick.com
    #COMMENT=text:,font-size:100%
    ONTROL=font-size:55%,type:1,wide:1,control-style:,display:Help Desk URL:
    CONTROL2=font-size:55%,left:260,type:0,button-color:%blue%,display:Helpnow.brunswick.com,uri:https://helpnow.brunswick.com
    COMMENT=text:,font-size:100%

    here is how i have to change sizing with auto-scale off:

    #font-size=6
    font-size=22
    font-quality=5
    auto-scale=0
    #width=440
    width=800

    next i will havde to attach my external monitor once i get back to the office.

    using the latest d.i 3.5 as well.

    I also found someone indicated thisworked for them but i have not yet attempted it:
    #Setting following compatibility flag fixed our scaling issues:
    #[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers]
    #”C:\\Program Files\\DesktopInfo\\DesktopInfo64.exe”=”~ DPIUNAWARE”

    in reply to: DPi settings question #5219
    rtrussrtruss
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    actuall i do have auto-scale enabled, will disable it and see how it goes.

    in reply to: DPi settings question #5218
    rtrussrtruss
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    I thought I had tried that and it did not scale well. I will try it again later this week. Thanks for the quick reply.

    in reply to: User Password Expiration Date #5111
    rtrussrtruss
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    sorry for the delay with a reply. someone asked for what it looks like.
    whe\n I use this code: WMI=interval:600,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_NetworkLoginProfile where UserType=”Normal Account” and Privileges>0,color:%Green%,text:Password Expires on:,display:%PasswordExpires_month%[2.0d]/%PasswordExpires_day%[2.0d]/%PasswordExpires_year%,hide-no-result:1

    i get the attached output.
    If there was a option for active user or console user that may help.

    I will try the script idea posted by albert as well. I am trying to avoid using additional scripts with it for simplicity purposes but if that is what it takes, i will go with it. Thanks to all.

    in reply to: Odd Disk drive display #5008
    rtrussrtruss
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    Well now that looks better
    LOGICALDRIVES=interval:10,diskio:1,row-text:Drive %1: (%2),display:%6[1.0B]B/%5[1.0B]B (%7[1.1f]% used)

    NOW I know what that 16/16is, its my google drive app’s drive letter. Totally forgot i had that installed for testing.

    As usual thanks a ton Glenn! Cheers!

    in reply to: User Password Expiration Date #5005
    rtrussrtruss
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    So I have a mixed environment and only want to show password expiry to my hybrid computers as the azure only units simply will not work.
    Here is what I have tried thus far to no avail 🙁

    DOMAIN=hide-no-result:1
    If=value1:%DOMAIN%, value2:domain.name comp:eq
    WMI=namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_NetworkLoginProfile where UserType=”Normal Account” and Privileges>0,color:%Green%,text:Password Expires on:,display:%PasswordExpires_month%[2.0d]/%PasswordExpires_day%[2.0d]/%PasswordExpires_year%

    Am I missing something as the above code will not allow the expire date to display.

    Thanks in advance all.

    in reply to: User Password Expiration Date #5002
    rtrussrtruss
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    I found that you can run this net user ‘username’ /domain | find “Password expires” It IS case sensitive sadly but I was able to get the expiration date that way. Now if only I could figure out how to do this with my Azure AD users using modern workplace Azure ad joined devices.

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