Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
The tool you need to use is the group editor ,which is a part of the win xp and vista .In Xp start the group policy editor by clicking start >run >and type gpedit.msc .To Run a script when a user is logging on or off select local computer policy < user configuration >
As soon as the scripts are in the respective folder ,click "Add ".then select the script file "browse' in "script parameter",enter any parameter that are required .confirm with "ok".then selected scripts apperars in the list "log off properties or "log on properties" dialabox to run more than one script ,add all other needed files to the list one after the other "Add" .With "edit",you can change an already listed script or delete files from the list using "remove".the Sequence each one is executed in can be adjusted "Upwards" and "downwards".Then click "ok" and close group policy editor .windows now automatically runs the specified scripts while logging on or logging off .contrary to the "auto starts "folder that exits for every user account ,the changes described here effect all users .Therefore ,make sure while programming the scripts that they are to be run for all users
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