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    When accessing a 2003/2008/2012 server through terminal services RDP, I want a script file (.bat) to run when every user logs in. This is NOT be be in "startup"!

    I would like to know where does this script file reside. Please give exact path.


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    Re: log in script location

    On the computer GPO aplied to the teminal servers Enable "User Group Policy loopback processing mode". Then configure the User logonscript in the same GPO.
    Additionally, if desired, for this GPO you can configure "deny" for the "Apply Group Policy"-permission to the Domain Admins group.


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      Re: log in script location

      Hi, this may be an interesting read for you:
      Setting up a Logon Script through GPO in Windows Server 2008 -
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