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By epoppe ·
I need to write a logon script to make Internet Explorer save all its temp files to a users local hard drive, and a logoff script that deletes those files. Where can I find information on how to do that?

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by abubin In reply to Logon/logoff scripts

if i am not mistaken you can specify where to store IE temp files through GPO. OR you can do it through IE Admin Kit available from Microsoft.

As for deleting the temp files upon logout, you can use batch files to handle that. Type "set" in DOS prompt to see all the useful variables such as %userprofile%, %userdomain% and so on.

If you have a proxy server, then you can try setting the user's cache to 1mb because the proxy server is already have a cache.

BTW, what's the point of deleting the temp files? I don't really see much advantage beside conserving HDD space.

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by epoppe In reply to Logon/logoff scripts

The point of deleting the files is to conserve server space as the files are replicated to the server as part of the user profile (Win2K)

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by jk80 In reply to Logon/logoff scripts

If you want a decent site for scripting, whether it be VBScript, KIX or batch then try http://cwashigton.netreach.net.

And if you write a good script yourself then share it with others on the site.

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by epoppe In reply to Logon/logoff scripts

I'm pretty new at script writing, but if I come up with something good, I'll definitely share...

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