- Open AD Users & Computers, right-click the Domain object, and select Properties from the flyout menu. - Select the Group Policy tab. - Highlight the Default Domain policy and click Edit to open the Group Policy Editor. (You can also create another policy. In a larger organization with several OUs, it is preferable to have separate policies.) - Expand the tree to User Configuration | Windows Settings | Scripts (Logon/Logoff). - Double-click...
the Logon icon in the right pane. - Click Add then Browse. Place your batch file in the location displayed in the Browse window, then select the script as a logon script. Save your changes. - Log on at a W2K desktop and verify that you get the script.
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