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Rerun System and User login script

Posted on 1997-08-22
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Is it possible to rerun the system and user login
script for a user without to log in again.
Is there a utility or something that can do it?

I am useing a dos machine and I am connected to a Novell 3.11 server.

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nordman051497 earned 100 total points
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No,
login scripts is only executed at "login".

Easiest way is to make a copy of your login script to DOS batchfiles. But the you might have to change some commands that are Netware Login Script specific.

/Nordman

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There are such a lot of utilities for Novell nowdays, that
I thouhgt the mihgt be one for the login scripts.
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