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Prevent Users from Viewing Login Script

By InletGroveHS ·
Is there anyway that I can prevenet users from viewing the programming / coding in my VBS login script?

It is located in the default location (\\server\netlogon) and is in use.

However, I would like to implement some other tools that in the coding will reviel some directory locations that I would rather them not know about.

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Prevent Users from Viewin ...

Here is a Technet article that talks about hiding the logon script window:
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=176197

hope this helps

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by InletGroveHS In reply to

Not exactly what I am looking for. I am currently using Visual Basic Scripting for my login scripts. This doesn't display the commands while running, so that is not the problem.

What I have a problem with is people going to the \\server\NETLOGON directory and viewing the contents of the script there (right-click -> edit).

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by BeerMonster In reply to Prevent Users from Viewin ...

Hi,
You can encrypt the file using the script encoder from microsoft - screnc.exe, running it against your vbscript will produce another vbscript with a VBE extension which will be encrypted. Note that there are some decryption tools around that a knowledgable user can use to break the encryption, but if they are that determined they will probably get in whatever you do.

Download it at

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=E7877F67-C447-4873-B1B0-21F0626A6329&displaylang=en

(remove any spaces from that URL)

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by InletGroveHS In reply to

Excellent, just what I needed... Thanks...

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by InletGroveHS In reply to Prevent Users from Viewin ...

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