JSI Tip 5609. How do I assign scripts in Windows 2000?

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 322241 contains the following summary:

This step-by-step article describes how to assign scripts in a Windows 2000 environment. You must be a member of the Administrators group on a computer that is running Windows 2000 Advanced Server to perform the tasks that are described in this article.

Group Policy includes the following two extensions for script deployment:

Scripts - Startup/Shutdown: Use this extension to specify the scripts that run when you start and shut down the computer. This extension is located under the Computer Configuration node. These scripts run on the Local System account.
Scripts - Logon/Logoff. Use this extension to specify the scripts that run when a user logs on or logs off the computer. This extension is located under the User Configuration node. These scripts are run on the User account, and not on the Administrator account.



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