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Copy and Paste Login Scripts

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How can I copy and paste login scripts in:
Netware 3.12 (SYSCON)and
Netware 4.11 (NWADMIN)
I really don't want to manually type them in and I don't have a user template to work with.
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Under nwadmin just mark the login script and use control c to copy then paste into the new user scipts page using control v

With syscon, you acually get the option if the login script is empty to copy it from another user - you can use that.
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You can copy login scripts within syscon if you will run it within Windows, press ALT+ENTER, mark&copy the right place, paste in the right place.
I am not sure but I think you can do it with the Uimport utility in Netware 4.11.

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Yeah - if you have a lot of users to do, then add via uimport - but if you have that many users with the same script, why not just set up a profile, put the script in that and make them use the profile ?
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