Hiding a task sequence progress UI

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If you have a custom HTA or dialog box as part of a task sequence, the dialog box could get in the way.  And it’s quite annoying to manually drag it out-of-the-way every time.   A workaround to this is to hide that task sequence dialog box altogether with the following VBScript.  So run this bit of code before you launch the HTA

On Error Resume Next
' Hide the task sequence window 
Set ProgressUI = CreateObject("Microsoft.SMS.TsProgressUI") 

One thought on “Hiding a task sequence progress UI

    OSD Options Chooser v3 | t3chn1ck said:
    June 6, 2013 at 11:24 am

    […] Contains the two lines of VBScript code to automatically hide the ConfigMgr Task Sequence progress bar interface […]

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