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

Peter Hartmann peter at hartmanncomputer.com
Fri Sep 7 22:29:42 CEST 2007

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.

On 9/7/07, Tomasz Chmielewski <mangoo at wpkg.org> wrote:
> Peter Hartmann schrieb:
> > I have packages that are profile specific.  Therefore I'd really like
> > to run wpkg from AD when the user logs in rather than as  machine
> > policy.   But when non-administrators log in they get many errors
> > about installers failing due to insufficient rights.  I've heard that
> > some people use cpau.
> Search for Active Directory on WPKG website.
> With AD, it's possible to start a custom script (like a .bat containing
> "cscript ...\wpkg.js ...") when the machine starts, shuts down, and I
> think there were options to run the script when the user logs in, too
> (with SYSTEM privileges).
> --
> Tomasz Chmielewski
> http://wpkg.org

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