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  • Run command on logoff or shutdown?

    Is it possible to run a program on user logoff or shutdown?

    I want to sync my notebooks with a server but still have the abililty to filter out media files and other undesirables, when the users logoff or shutdown.
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    Re: Run command on logoff or shutdown?

    you can create a logon/logoff startup/shutdown script, running via a GPO
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      Re: Run command on logoff or shutdown?

      Sorry to be a pain, but it is possible to do it on the actual notebooks themselves instead of a GPO?
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        Re: Run command on logoff or shutdown?

        Have a look at a program called Second Copy. Please note that it is not free but there is a trial version.
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          Re: Run command on logoff or shutdown?

          Thanks.

          I'm currently looking at implementing a VB.Net application which intercepts the shutdown command and runs an external program, which in turn then syncs the notebook with the server and when complete, then allows the OS to shutdown. I'll let you know how I go.
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