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Windows NT Logon Script - Remains

By Richard_G ·
Running Win98 we use the Windows NT Logon Scrips. Sometimes, especially when the Logon Scripts perform longer tasks, the Dialog Box remains displayed and the user must CANCEL the bos to complete the logon. On some PCs (the Faster Ones) the Dialog Box must always be canceled. Is there some parameter to adjust this so the box will disappear always?

Thanks.

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by randalbin In reply to Windows NT Logon Script - ...

Check the login scripts to make certain that all of the tasks included are being performed. In my experience the only time the login script box remains on the screen is when one of the commands could not be completed, such as mapping a drive letterto a share that is not available. Remove any unnecessary commands.

Try not to leave any blank lines in your script and make sure there is a carriage return at the end.

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by Richard_G In reply to Windows NT Logon Script - ...

The scripts run fine - It is the script box which just won't go away on 95/98 sometimes!

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by Quake_Sinatra In reply to Windows NT Logon Script - ...

Another good policy is to put a defined wait period into your logon scripts.
allowing it to try for a certain amount of time before aborting and moving to the next step.
on abort its also a good idea to use a popup to tell the user what it aborted on and to contact the help desk with error message to report.

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