Logon Script on Win98 machines

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by terraja, Jan 13, 2006.

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  1. terraja

    terraja Registered Member

    Jan 13, 2006
    Hi guys...

    Im test the 2.5 version of NOD32, and i have a question about the installation.

    I saw that one of the option to install a package on a Win98 machine is Logon Script function or via e-mail...there are other way?

    So...the q is very simple: How can to configure the "Logon Script" function from the Remote Administrator Console?

    I have 100 Win98 machines and i want to install the packages remotly...but i don´t use the Email option.
    Please, can you help me about that?

    Thx a lot.


    PD: I did to search this issue in the manual and in the FAQs but i did not found nothing about that.
  2. alglove

    alglove Registered Member

    Jan 17, 2005
    Houston, Texas, USA
    I have not used the Logon Script option myself, but I believe it is supposed to work with the Windows 98 logon to a Windows domain server. Do your Windows 98 users already logon to a Windows domain when they turn on their computers? If so, there is an option (on the server side) to create a "user logon script" that gets executed automatically when the users logon. On the server, go to Administrative Tools --> User Manager for Domains --> <username> --> Profile. You can click the "Help" button here for more info.

    Anyway, the NOD32 remote installation utility adds a script that works in conjunction with this "user logon script", so it runs automatically when the Windows 98 users login to the domain. I hope this at least helps get you started.
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