Logon Scripts on Win98


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Guest

My logon scripts doesn't work on windows 98 SE.
I want to map a network drive on users logon. If the logon is done in a W2k Pro machine it works, but not in a Win98 machine. The escript is someting like that

net use * /delete /y (to remove any mapped drive
net use x: \\server\share (to crete a new mapped drive

Is there anything wrong on my script ? If not, what do I have to do to it work on Wi 98 computers
The logon is a .bat file and it's on NETLOGON share in a W2K Server. The profile was setted too

Thanks,
 
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G

Guest

The script. The script works on W2K and XP computers, but not on Win98 Computers

----- Jetro wrote: ----

What doesn't execute - the script itself or 'net use'
 
P

Pegasus \(MVP\)

Ricardo said:
My logon scripts doesn't work on windows 98 SE.
I want to map a network drive on users logon. If the logon is done in a
W2k Pro machine it works, but not in a Win98 machine. The escript is
someting like that:
net use * /delete /y (to remove any mapped drive)
net use x: \\server\share (to crete a new mapped drive)

Is there anything wrong on my script ? If not, what do I have to do to it work on Wi 98 computers ?
The logon is a .bat file and it's on NETLOGON share in a W2K Server. The profile was setted too.

Thanks,

I have seen a few Win98 machines that would not execute a WinNT/2000 domain
logon script, sometimes intermittently so. Rather than solving the problem
for this legacy operating system, I would walk around it by placing this
batch file into c:\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup:

@echo off
\\SomeServer\Netlogon\netlogon.bat

This has much the same effect as placing "netlogon.bat" as the name of the
script file into a user's domain account profile.
 
G

Guest

You cannot give log on scripts in win 98 because it is not
the feature of 98 it is a built in feature for win 2k, xp
 
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