Win2K doesn't exec logon script
abartlet at pcug.org.au
Sun Oct 14 14:48:02 GMT 2001
Steve Snyder wrote:
> Actually my needs in a logon script are pretty simple. I just want to set
> the time/date on the local machine and map several shared drives. A single
> script has sufficed in past for Win9x and OS/2 clients, and I hope(d) to
> keep it that way for Win2K clients as well.
> I'm willing to go the profile route if that is what's needed, but I'd like
> to stay with a single logon script for all clients (including Win2K) if at
> all possible.
> Thanks for the response.
Unfortunetly (of fortunetly, depending on your point of view) you cannot
set the time as a normal user under WinNT/Win2k. Look into setting up
an NTP server, and using somthing like NTPdate to syncronise them.
Andrew Bartlett abartlet at pcug.org.au
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