[wpkg-users] cpau vs. 2 WPKGs for machine and local AD logon scripts

Peter Hartmann ascensiontech at gmail.com
Fri Sep 7 23:42:25 CEST 2007

I fix all the IE icons in the users profile to launch Firefox.   You
know...in case they forget.


On 9/7/07, Tomasz Chmielewski <mangoo at wpkg.org> wrote:
> Peter Hartmann schrieb:
> > I would love it if that were the case.  right now I'm using both.
> > machine and user. for me when it's run at login as user, wpkg is not
> > run as system.  i just don't see it in the docs and in AD itself.
> > googling  AD logon script as administrator all leads to some 3rd party
> > runas program. or ms docs saying that user logon scripts are not run
> > with admin privileges.
> I was pretty sure I saw something like that in AD management console.
> Or am I confusing it with the Task Scheduler, which has this possibility?
> Anyway, you may find a better answer in a Windows or AD-specific mailing
> group - don't forget to report back your findings :)
> BTW - why do you want to run it when the user logs in? It doesn't make
> much sense to me, but perhaps there's something I'm missing.
> --
> Tomasz Chmielewski
> http://wpkg.org

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