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By ups88racing ·
Where do u go to modify a script that has already been writen in small business server?? The more detail the better???

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by mgonzales In reply to Scripts

You didn't specify what version of SBS your running but for NT 4.0 and it's a login script, it should be stored in the NETLOGON share. If its 2000/2003 I beleive it's kept in netlogon or sysvol.

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by chris In reply to Scripts

If you are talking about a logon script, it would be in the NETLOGON share of any of the domain controllers. If you are talking about a script that is run by GPO, it would be in the SYSVOL share on any of the domain controllers.

If you are looking for another script, I would search for the file. Most people use the following type of files for scripts: .VBS, .CMD, .BAT, .KIX, .WSH, .PL

Those are just some commonly used file types.

I hope that helps.

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