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Login Scripts For Windows 2000

By alouder ·
Does anyone know where I can find some good examples of login scripts for Windows 2000. I am looking to run drive mappings for home and shared directories, as well as some batch files. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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AKL

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by calves In reply to Login Scripts For Windows ...

Got this right out W2K:
Assigning logon scripts to user or group accounts
In Windows 2000, you can assign a logon script in a user account by entering a path to the logon script file. When a user logs on and a path to a logon script is present inthe user account, the file is located and run at logon.

You can also assign logon and logoff scripts, and computer startup and shutdown scripts by using the Group Policy snap-in. These scripts apply to the entire scope of users and computers forwhich a particular Group Policy object applies.

In Computer Management, you can use the User Property dialog box to assign logon scripts to user accounts by typing the file name (for example, Clerks.bat) in the Logon script text box. At logon, the server authenticating the logon locates an assigned logon script. It looks for the specified file following the local logon script path on the server (usually C:\Winnt\System32\Repl\Import\Scripts). If a relative path is provided before the file name (for example, Admi

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by calves In reply to Login Scripts For Windows ...

Continue,

It looks for the specified file following the local logon script path on the server (usually C:\Winnt\System32\Repl\Import\Scripts). If a relative path is provided before the file name (for example, Admins\CristalW.bat), the server looks for the logon script in that subdirectory of the logon script path.

The entry in the Logon Script text box specifies only the file name (and, optionally, the relative path) and does not create the actual logon script. You create a logon script of the specified name and place it in the appropriate directory on the appropriate replication export server.

You can place a logon script in a local directory of a user's computer. You would typically use this location, however, when you are administering user accounts that exist on a single computer rather than in a domain. You must place the logon script following the computer's logon script path or in a subdirectory of that logon script path. The logon script path for a Windows 2000 computer is systemroot\Syst

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