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Login script question

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I would like to set an environment variable on each user's machine when they log in.  The environment variable should be set to be equal to the user's "Telephone number:" field that exists in their user account in Active Directory (AD).  I will be implementing the code using an AD Group Policy.  Is it possible to do this easily using a batch file of some sort, or will I need to use VBScript or something to perform an LDAP query (someone mentioned that the latter might be needed)?  In Netware it was as easy as saying SET TIA = "%TELEPHONE_NUMBER" in the user's login script.  Please include an example if you think you have the answer.
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