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    Hi,

    I also need some help on this. I want to put a file in %systemroot%/System32 from share drive. I have tried to run the below script at user logon but it is giving me "Access denied" error.

    Regds


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    Post moved from http://forums.petri.com/showthread.php?t=15224
    Last edited by Dumber; 26th April 2007, 20:59.

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    Re: How can I put a text file in local user profiles at login?

    please do not hijack a thread but start you're own and reffer to this thread.

    You're users has per default no access to %windir&\system32. Run it as a startup script.
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      Re: put a file in %windir%\system32

      Originally posted by wolfgang View Post
      Hi,

      I also need some help on this. I want to put a file in %systemroot%/System32 from share drive. I have tried to run the below script at user logon but it is giving me "Access denied" error.

      Regds


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      Post moved from http://forums.petri.com/showthread.php?t=15224
      And it is a good thing that users are not allowed to write in the system folders.
      For your file copy, - you can do that with a Computer startUp script for the computers.
      Enter the unc path to the share where the files can be found, Set the right share and ntfs permissions for 'Everyone' on the shared folder on the server.

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