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Is there any way to have individule login scripts for useres of Win98 on a single computer
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Yes if you set up Networking. Win98 gives you a choice of clientsto use.(I prefer Microsoft Family Logon You can set up different Startup Folders for each user and run whatever you need that way. And with The Family Logon the computer boots to a select box of user names. The user can only select one of the available names and must provide the correct password for access.
If this sounds like the directionm you're looking for I can provide you with more detaILS for setting it up.
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