Run VZAccess Manager in silent mode and auto connect?
scj6771
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Is there a way to run a command to open VZAM and auto connect? Thanks.

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firstlady09
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Yes, you would go to options, preferences, connectivity, auto connections. I have provided a link for additional information. Click here http://support.vzw.com/how_to_use/vzaccess_using_manager.html

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scj6771
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I appologize for the lack of info I entered into my last post.

 

What I am looking to do is have a "one click" solution to run Verizon's VZAM, connect, and then fire up the VPN client and do the same.
 
I have managed to create an ugly looking batch file that will indeed fire up the VPN client and connect using some cli/scc commands.
 
cd "C:\Program Files\CheckPoint\SecuRemote\bin"
scc setmode cli
scc userpass "username" password
scc connect -p "profile"
 
If I add the following to the top of that mess it looks like the following and will bring up VZAM and auto connect.
 

cd "C:\Program Files\Verizon Wireless\VZAccess Manager"
"VZAccess Manager"
cd "C:\Program Files\CheckPoint\SecuRemote\bin"
scc setmode cli
scc userpass "username" password
scc connect -p "profile"

Ugly? Yes!! I know very little about scripting or creating batch files, the above will bring up the VZAM and auto connect for me but how do I:

1. Invoke the next piece (VPN)? It stops after the VZAM process.
2. How could I have the VPN piece wait until VZAM is connected?

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