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By Angler1 ·
I have 30 pc's that are currently validating on our BDC in Dallas. We are in Atlanta. The machines all have the DALLAS server listed in the registry as their LOGONSERVER. If I type the SET command it also shows this. These 30 machines are running W2K. The servers and the remaining 200+ workstations are NT4. How can I change this. I thought about using a login script command but am not sure what the correct syntax is. Thanks for any help!

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by chris In reply to Logonserver

If this is a Windows 2000 AD environment, you should check you Sites&Services. When a machine logs on it gets an ip address (if DHCP) and determines what site it is in - and will utilize the resources in that site if available.

Once you are in the logon script, you have already executed the logon - and authenticated against a server.


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