We have a logon-script that copies a number of remoteapp.rdp-files to some users desktops. However these users sometimes also has to connect directly to our terminal server through a remote desktop ...
I know there's a lot of talk about scripts mapping network drives, but I haven't seen much about this specific problem. We have our users' home folders defined in Active Directory user objects, under ...
I am trying to create a login script for Active Directory that will be used for installing printers on client computers. I have a basic script that we are using now, listed below, that installs a ...
In my active directory I currently have a GPO on the domain object that contains a logon script. I want to create a new group that I can add users to and have it run an additional / different logon ...
I've changed the logon.bat file (on the DC shared NETLOGON folder) The changes are basically altering the location of a mapped drive. When users log off, and log back on, they are still being mapped ...
I am hoping that somewhere in Active Directory the "last logged on from [computer]" is written/stored, or there is a log I can parse out? The purpose of wanting to know the last PC logged on from is ...
Please post useful commands that you use in your logon script. Here are some that I use: map a network drive: net use v: \fileserver\apps map a network printer: RunDll32.EXE ...