We have tried using the user profile and pointing to a logon script maintained on our server using an UNC, but it has not worked. We have also been looking at using group policies, but it appears we would have to break users into smaller units. For example the Users OU would have a Division OU under it, under that a Branch, OU and under that a Section OU. The users would be placed in the OU level under which they reside within the organization and the logon script would be defined as a group policy at each OU level. Isn't there an easier, more generic way to do this? We use XP, W2K and Win98 workstations.
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