Does anyone have some ideas on how to go about creating a Global Condition for whether a user is logged in or not? Not a particular user, but ANY user.
I'm creating a single Application with two Deployment Types. Deployment Type 1 would be an unattended install and only run if the user is logged off. Deployment Type 2 would be an attended install and only run if a user is logged on and be set to display a progress bar. I am going to use the Requirements tab of each deployment type to determine if a user is logged on or off.
In SCCM 2007 this was easy with Packages, I could set it to run no matter if the user was logged on or off and just tick the box to allow user interaction. Since I always use /passive for MSI, it was effective because it would run fine no matter if the user was logged on or off. As I'm sure everyone knows, the "allow user interaction" box is now grayed out when choose to run "whether or not a user is logged in"
I wish Microsoft would change it back to the old way.