When the -CreateProfile parameter is used, the app should run silently and quit when it's done with the profile creation. Right now, the splash screen comes up when -CreateProfile is used. This is bad because the main use for this parameter is to silently create a profile during an install-type situation. If we throw up the splash screen in this circumstance, it will confuse users by appearing, disappearing, and then reappearing some arbitrary amount of time later. This would be a Bad Thing (TM).
fixed. The fix checked in for this actually creates the profile and quits the app when -CreateProfile is used. In order to not see spalsh screen user has to use command line option -nosplash along with create profile option. Trying to move the processing of profile manager command line arguments prior to splash screen code is very messy and is not advisable. So, one should say 'netscp6 -nospalsh -createprofile foo' to create profile foo.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
fixed in build 2000-05-03-09M16
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
*** Bug 40513 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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