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    Hi,

    I want to creat a batch file which would get run as soon as any user logs into the system and would extract the username, date and time of login and would put this to an excel file in d drive.

    I have created till extracting the username and the date and time but not sure how to send these values to the excel file in d drive. Can anyone help me in this please.....
    also if this activity can happen without letting the user know that his date and time is captured in a excel file.


    Any help on this would be highly appreciated.


    Regards,
    Premanshu.

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    Re: Batch File question

    Could you please post what you have done alreadty to help us?
    Tom Jones
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      Re: Batch File question

      Originally posted by premanshu View Post
      also if this activity can happen without letting the user know that his date and time is captured in a excel file
      Make sure that the company's IT policy states that this information is logged.

      How are you getting this script to run? Is it in the user's Startup folder? Configured through Group Policy?
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