When running a Build and Capture Task Sequence in MDT – and are using Windows update to getting the image update date.Some times it will fail because some Windows Store Apps are getting update in the user context – and then are a different version than the App that are provisioned in the Operating System.2017-04-13 , Error SYSPRP Exit code of Remove All Apps thread was 0x3cf2.
'You can make the same check using the VBA-function Is Empty. 'Is Empty is better than the control above, when it comes to 'the content of a cell, but not if it was a string variable. 'Date values can be mistaken for text, so if you want dates 'eliminated as well, you must add '"Is Date(r Cell. However I find that a bit sloppy, and it also makes it more difficult to read.
I can't guarantee you absolutely that this will block every possible malicious code nor that it will block malformed code, but that's better than the matheval function below which will allow malformed code like '2 2 ' which will throw an error.
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'Therefore we use the property "Formula" 'instead of "Value". Address & " has a comment." End If Before Exit: Set r Cell = Nothing Exit Sub Error Handle: Msg Box Err.
If you used "Value", 'it would say the cell is empty, even if 'it contains spaces/blanks. 'If it isn't a numeric value or an error like division 'by zero, we assume it is text of the data type String. Description & " Error in procedure Cell Check." Resume Before Exit End Sub In the examples above I have written "r Cell. Strictly speaking that is not necessary, because "Value" is a cell's default property, so I could have achieved the same just be writing "r Cell".
Example: If you attempt to call a user defined function in eval() and files are obfuscated by Zend encoder, it will result in a fatal error.
Use a call_user_func() inside eval() to call your personal hand made functions.
When you work with VBA (macros) in Excel, you often need to test or check cell content. If you mark the code with the mouse, you can copy (CTRL C) and paste (CTRL V) it into a VBA module.