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  • Applying a script to computers trough script or GPO or something else

    How can I apply a script to run after the user have logged in, but to check on the computer account instead of the user account to run it?

    My problem is this:
    I have a script that starts the installation of some software. This is to this day in the logon-script (KiXtart) to the users on the netlogon-share, and checks if the users are member of a certain group in AD. If they are member of the "software-group", the "software-script" is applying, in addition to the other stuff that are in the logon-script that are applying regardless of the usermembership to the "software-group". I have read that the KiXtart-scripts cant check computers in a group, but only users. But I need it to check if the COMPUTER is a member of the current group, not the user.
    So how do I do this? Is GPO a solution? Or maybe some other scripting?

    Maybe a bit messy, and you have to excuse my english, but hopefully some of you understand what I mean, and maybe can help me
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