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logon script for remote user

By ashok_g ·
Hi it me again!!!

I need to map resources(drive) for remote dial in(modem dialin) users. I have winNT and Small Business server and client will have winNT/95/98 machines. I am thinkig to write simple batch file to map but I am not sure where(in server) shall I put? and how shall I allow to run them in remote clients machine.

I am also thinking, will remote user be able to see another machines in network? how about they(remote user)didn't put any username and password while they start their machine(e.g. win95/98 mchine, they just can do cancel to use machine), will they still be able to map drive and browse other computer in network?

Thank you again


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by Gregory W. Smith In reply to logon script for remote u ...

The login script is located in %systemroot%\system32\repl\import\scripts

You define which login script a user is to run in User Manager.

95/98 users should not logon to their PC's until dialin, at which point they will eb authenticated by the server and the login script will run. (to be safe, you can put a shortcut to \\dialinservername\netlogon\loginscriptname.bat on their desktops.

NT users can logon using cached credentials and can dial in as needed, or during logon, they can "loginusing dialup networking" The login script *should* run in either case, but will definitely run if logging on using dialup networking.

As long as the RAS server is set for each protocol to access the entire network, the remote users should connectto any network device without difficulty.

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