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Running a script at shutdown.

Posted on 2003-11-07
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Hello people.

My XP has a whole lot of housekeeping scripts (robocopying data to backup drives etc) going on at startup, and I wondered if there was a way of shifting them, so they run as part of a shutdown process instead.

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I don't know if this will do it for you but

Start > Run gpedit.msc

Computer Configurations > Windows Settings > Scripts
Double click on Shutdown
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Also

User Configurations > Windows Settings > Scripts
Double click on logoff
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Thanks. Just what I needed.
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You are welcome
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