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Automatically run .bat file in Windows 7

By jasonemmg ·
We have a vbs script which automatically maps all networked drives on our XP computers.

I installed a Windows 7 PC yesterday and saw that it will not run the vbs script. How do I fix this problem? Can I use my old .bat file which does the same? which folder do I place it in on my WIN7 computer?

Thanks in advance!
Jason

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by CharlieSpencer In reply to Automatically run .bat fi ...

You could rewrite it as a .bat, and then put it in \\domaincontroller\netlogon\file.bat. On the 'Profile' tab of the employees' AD accounts, enter file.bat as the login script.

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