Recently I was installing SAP GUI 710 on windows vista pcs.
So I selected minimal components from install wizzard, only two to be exact:
SAP GUI for Windows 7.10 (Compilation 3)->SAP GUI Suite->SAP GUI
SAP GUI for Windows 7.10 (Compilation 3)->SAP GUI Suite->SAP Logon Pad
The strangest thing that on some Vista pc's everything is OK using this component selection.
But on some Vista pc's I get "Scripting support is not installed" info message. I get it after doubleclicking server from Logon Pad (main login window and info message dialog appears at the same time)
If I install "SAP GUI Scripting" component mesage disappears, and then I get message "A script is trying to attach to the GUI". Anyway don't want to install scripting for these clients. The strangest thing that some vista machines do not show this message using exactly the same component selection and patch level.
Any way to resolve this ?
Edited by: Vilius Mockunas on Jul 2, 2009 12:06 PM
Edited by: Vilius Mockunas on Jul 2, 2009 12:10 PM
Ok if I install "SAP GUI Scripting" component I can uncheck "Notify When a Script Attaches to a Running GUI" and "Notify When a Script Opens a Connection" and after that I won't see any info message boxes(unchecking "Enable Scripting" doesn't help).
But like I said I don't want to install scripting support for these users. - If "SAP GUI Scripting" component is not installed - all scripting settings (like "Enable Scripting") are disabled - so I can't do anything here. I want to emphasize two things (like I said):
1. This issue doesn't happen on all vista machines - for example yesterday I installed sap gui 710 patch 13 (the same as on problematic machines) on my vista machine at home - everything works ok - there are no message boxes. So I believe issue somehow related to os environment. And why I never saw these messages on XP machines ?
2. If "SAP GUI Scripting" component is installed I get notification message "A script is trying to attach to the GUI" even before entering crediantials.
So what script is trying to attach ? Where does this script came from ? It is part of SAP GUI or external script ?
Maybe someone faced this issue before ?
Edited by: Vilius Mockunas on Jul 3, 2009 12:05 PM