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Scripting for Windows NT 4.0

By epiper ·
I am looking for good info on setting up a logon script file for all the user's.
We have Win 95/98 and Windows 2000 machines.
Is Kixtrat script the best or is the windows
script better or is there a better shareware
program. It would be great toget some great
example's of this scripting file's.

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by FractalAdmin In reply to Scripting for Windows NT ...

I use Kix all the time, with the occasional batch file. Kix allows registry, group and user manipulation, as well as being a fairly powerful way of processing batches of users, generating command files, etc.. As for examples, well, there's a 1000-char limit on this post, so I won't go there. Kix is yer man for da job...

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by douglas168 In reply to Scripting for Windows NT ...

Kixtart is good overall(to say it is the best depends on your preference and what you are trying to do).

www.brainbuzz.com has good tech forum and sample scripts of kixtart.

Hope this helps!

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by Linuxian In reply to Scripting for Windows NT ...

My Company mostly uses hard core NT scripts and kix but I prefer Perl. Its very powerful and can handle all the win APIs. Since I come from a Unix\Linux background I just feel more at home with what I know from that world.

Despite my personalpreference for Perl, I think youll find that most larger shops are using kix.

I havent looked into windows script host for 2000 yet but hear it rocks.

There is a neat tool for programming scripts in just about any language. Its expensive but cool. Find it at http://www.sapien.com
There is another tool called WinBatch that not only makes batch files but can convert them into portable executables. Find that at www.winbatch.com -- also expensive but VERY powerful.


Good Luck

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