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    Anonymous
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    Hi, I have few more small question :)

    1) I want to write some logon script….Where should I place it or better what path should I write in the logon script in the account properties? e.g. when have script named script.bat in c: directory…

    2)When I want to shut down the computer, it is restarted instead of shuted down…I found some topics on the internet but nothing helped

    It happens if all usb devices are disconnected, in bios I turned off all keybord wake ons or similar, automatic restart is also turned off in the system properties… Any idea?

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    Snakefoot
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    1) I want to write some logon script….Where should I place it or better what path should I write in the logon script in the account properties? e.g. when have script named script.bat in c: directory…

    Usually one would place the logon script on the Netlogon share on the domain controller. But when on a local machine, then just any folder available to all users. More Info MS KB315245.

    2)When I want to shut down the computer, it is restarted instead of shuted down…I found some topics on the internet but nothing helped

    It happens if all usb devices are disconnected, in bios I turned off all keybord wake ons or similar, automatic restart is also turned off in the system properties… Any idea?

    Does it also happen if you boot in safemode, and choose shutdown ? Though I must admit my first suggestion would also be wake-on-whatever stuff in the bios.

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