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Is it possible to auto execute script on shutdown in Windows HOME editions? [migrated]

In Professional or Business edition of Windows I can specify program that will be executed when computer is going to be shutdown. This can be set via Group Policy Editor. In Home versions this tool is ...
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Warn user if they try to logoff

I want a certain local user to not log off. ever. It's much like this silly question, however I don't necessarily care if the buttons are there, I want to pop up a messagebox that says "Please do not ...
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Ninite with a logoff group policy script

I'm trying to use a batch script to automate the updates of some apps using ninite with a group policy log off script. Here is my script: echo Copying ninite mkdir C:\temp mkdir C:\temp\ninite echo ...
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Login/Startup Scripts Not working

My test network setup is as follows. A Windows 2008 R2 Server acting as a DC (AD, DNS, DHCP) it is on its own vlan (10.20.99.0/24). I then Have two XP test computers each on there own vlan ...
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Add Group Policy by Script

I'm trying to make it easy to add a LogOff script to Group Policy and am having difficulty finding any information on adding Group Policy via script. I already have the script I want to run at ...
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Power Off Monitors at Logoff

Mixed domain environment, xp, vista, 7 DC = Server 2003, 2008 Has anyone done this ? powering off the Monitor when a user shutsdown the machine or logs off ? I have checked the GPO Setting but they ...
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Is there a command-line and non-RDP way to logoff a Windows XP PRO user remotely from a Linux box?

I've been trying "net rpc shutdown" but it only works for rebooting and halting. RDP doesn't fit my needs. Any suggestion?
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Script to kill process at logoff doesn't execute until process is dead?

We have a program that, due to memory leaks in some of the screens, doesn't exit cleanly when the user quits. The problem is that this blocks the normal logoff procedure - you select logout and a few ...