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Hi,

how can i go about delaying the autologon?
I tried various procedures but it doesn't work.
I want to do it because it doesn't hook my NAS.
With autologon disabled everything works.
Thank you.

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Hi

 

in the C:\AO\Tools folder you‘ll find a bunch of cmd files. Some of them contain a line (similar to ping 127.0.0.1) you can copy paste to your custom shell replacement, it will add a bit of delay and give the network stack time load properly.


https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/topic/56327-how-to-customshell-as-shell-replacement/


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AudioPhil


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How does your custom shell replacement look like at the moment? copy paste the entire thing here


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This?

@echo off
REM Created by: Highend-AudioPC
REM https://www.highend-audiopc.com
Title "Launching custom shell..."
@echo off
echo Launching custom shell...
ping -n 3 127.0.0.1 -w 1000 >nul
start /HIGH "HQPlayer" "%Systemdrive%\Program Files\Signalyst\HQPlayer Desktop 3\HQPlayer-desktop.exe"
start /HIGH "RoonServer" %userprofile%\AppData\Local\RoonServer\Application\RoonServer.exe
exit

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Well this looks like my example. But i need to have YOUR custom shell which does not work, not this generic example


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You need to create your own from scratch to match your specific needs if you don‘t find anything suitable from the 35+ ones our ServiceTool offers.


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do I delete everything in custom_shell.cmd and add this?
@echo off

ping 1.1.1.1 -w 8000> null

net use x: nas iso_volume Audiophile / user: admin PASSWORD
thanks for your patience

 

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Hi

 

yes that looks good to me. It might be needed to add cmd.exe as last line if you want to end up with the command prompt after logon.

 

remember, test your shell first and verify all is working as you need it before you set it as shell replacement.

 

best,

AudioPhil


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20 minutes ago, antonyb said:

I put this, at startup it opens the "Launching custom shell" window but it doesn't work

What does not work?


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I  put this, at startup it opens the "Launching custom shell" window but it doesn't work, tablet connection.

I have to open Jriver from server to make it work.
In JR I enabled the run on window startup function: media server.

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I only want to delay autologon, now new problems have arrived.
With autologon disabled everything works.
Can you have the procedure step by step?
I'm not good with codes.
Thank you.

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Your path seems wrong. Be sure to habe the correct path in your custom shell and as said before, test it manually BEFORE you set it as shell.


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I am sorry but I can't help you with a wrong path. You just have to find the correct path and then use this in the shell script.


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I don't understand what path you mean, if it's the net use path it's correct.
However I solved (thanks to a great friend) with a .cmd which is launched by Fidelizer which starts up last.

Where can I act to prevent the prompt window from opening?
I noticed that it is a process when it is open.

Thanks Phil and forgive me if I can't understand you.

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On 7/9/2019 at 8:34 PM, antonyb said:
I don't understand what path you mean, if it's the net use path it's correct.
However I solved (thanks to a great friend) with a .cmd which is launched by Fidelizer which starts up last.

Where can I act to prevent the prompt window from opening?
I noticed that it is a process when it is open.

Thanks Phil and forgive me if I can't understand you.

 

Please do not ask for forgiveness, there is no reason to :) I always try to help as good as I can, also if things are not directly related to the AudiophileOptimizer but rather general Windows questions. But in this case it seems I am just not good enough to help out. Happily you found another solution! Would you mind sharing the script you are now using?

 

Very best,

AudioPhil


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