Add option to install at system startup
Right now the only managed install options are execute anytime, execute before logon, execute after logon, execute while user logged on, and execute while user logged off. There should be an option to install when the system boots and before the Ctrl+Alt+Del prompt is shown. Right now the "execute before logon" will install literally right before logon: the agent does nothing until someone presses Ctrl+Alt+Delete and then it starts the install, which causes a delay for the person sitting at the computer.
This is under consideration but not planned for the next release, Please continue voting if you’d like to see this feature prioritized for a future release.
we have impatient users...they will hit ctrl-alt-del as soon as they see it and start opening up apps. as soon as desktop loads. Therefor I do the installs only after hours and when the machines are logged off.
Paul D'Amore commented
The only way I found this to work in Win 7 is to (in group policy) clear last user name and disable ctrl + alt + del at logon. This trick does not work in Win 10. In Win 10 you just see the kace MI popup then quickly disappear.
They're in 6.3.
It doesn't appear the deployment options stated in the original post are available in 6.0...bring them back!!!
Seung Kim commented
Also, add option to delete some programs at startup, too
Timo Weberskirch commented
Need this fix too!
So, this has been a bug for 2 years?
Christian Petri commented
This is actually a known bug on Win7 (and above) machines. It is running as intended on WinXP.
Anyway, I'd love to see that fixed soon, too!