November 21st, 2003, 02:37 AM
Join Date: Apr 2003
Location: Kzoo, Michigan
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Well the way I have found is to make a batch file to call regedit and have regedit insert a registry entry into the registry. Something like so...
REGEDIT /S regtweak.reg
dword:00000000 = New Window
dword:00000001 = existing window
Also, regtweak.reg and startup.bat have to be in the same directory for it to work or else at the REGEDIT /S line you will have to enter the path to the registry script if in a different directory than the batch file.
I'm only assuming that you are running a domain so you can create a GPO and link it to that logon script for all 400 pc's.
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