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By jinkyu ·
Please let me know if there is any good sites where I can learn how to write logon script for Win 95 and NT machines.

Thanks,
Chris

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by Brian Lusk In reply to Logon Script

I highly recommend www.kixtart.org, which has a scripting program for just this purpose. Several of my IT buddies have highly recommended this product for it's flexibility and reliability, plus it's free!

Brian Lusk
brianlusk@netzero.net

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by avachon In reply to Logon Script

Hi,
Kixtart certainly a good solution, but you may find yourself ahead of the game in the long run by learning to write batches. A logon script is simply a batch file in which you place your commands in an ascii file (e.g., notepad) and name it with the .bat extension. There are dos books that have chapters on batch writing, there have been articles on this site that discuss how to write increasingly more complex and flexible batch files (e.g., using the "if" command). You will find info. about batch commands at www.freeskills.com - search under microsoft, dos, 6.22 advanced user. I believe there is also information at www.ntfaq.com. Hope this helps.

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by innocent103 In reply to Logon Script

I used the following site & everything was very OK.

http://www.jsiinc.com/TIP0100/rh0120.htm

Cheers

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