Hi Thomas, firstly thanks for the feedback as without feedback it is hard to know what anyone thinks and I'm pleased you like it.
As to your questions, the code must run as the user so the simplest method of getting my users to use it was a database link with instructions on our intranet. In the most recent usage this was followed up with targetted email reminders containing a database link to users who exist in our Notes Corporate Directory who did not have a PC Config document. Naturally I stripped out that agent because I judged it too specific to my organisation. This process inevitably leaves a hard-core 10-20% of people who don't comply with nice requests so we are currently implementing using the Notes Client shutdown process (Marvel is the software) to call the agent A.PCConfig which runs my code without user input.
- I think you are right about “Examine Drives”, this was very much an ad-hoc request that I have left in place on the basis that it can't hurt but I agree a message with the chance to abort would be good.