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How to streamline logon scripts?

By James Richardson ·
I currently have a logon script which utilises the ifmember and goto statements to select which network drives are mapped for each user. Unfortunately this list is quite extensive and I need to find a way to streamline this. Unfortunately our workstations do not have WSH installed by default so I cant employ this technology, (as I would also need to find a way to deploy WSH to each workstation!). If anyone has any suggestions, they would be welcome!

Thanks James

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by erikdr In reply to How to streamline logon s ...

KIXTART is almost as powerful as WSH but doesn't need any local install. It is on the MS Resource Kit and has a huge following including semi-official support.
We have a script of about 3 pages which works flawlessly, and only a relatively small 'ifmember' part because Kix has much better syntax for this than .BAT.

Hope thiz helpz,

<Erik> - The Netherlandz

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by joncr In reply to How to streamline logon s ...

kixstart is designed for lenghty login scripts and its free. It is from MS but its not supported by them although you can get alot of support on the web.
A good site to start is:

www.kixtart.org

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