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Posted on 2003-11-12
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Got kind of a annoying question.

I'm trying to figure what command I can use to keep my login script maximized, where you can see what is running the whole time. It keeps minimizing down to the bottom.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:COOPER143
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by:Bartender_1
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I don't know of any way to keep the logon script maximized.
Have you tried calling your batch file from the logon script so that it opens in a new window?

:o)

Bartender_1
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by:COOPER143
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Bartender_1,

I've tried that and it still wouldn't keep the login script open.

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by:brakesh
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Cooper,

It is pretty simple task, the login script always executes in command window.

Change the login script command window settings to your needs, to do that open that Login Script Command Window from its path, rightclick on the top bar and the goto properties goto layout change the width and height to your needed size and then push ok button that will ask for 2 options one is only for the currect window second is save for the future window, just save for the future window and close it.

If you restart your system it will open the window in the maximized form.

Rakesh.
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by:rockyt
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hi dude.

    if u want to minimize or hide u r login script u can use Winhide.exe that u will get on net. thru which u just have to mention the path of winhide.exe on the login script and then u r login script will get hidden while running that batch. just check it out and let me know.

   dude i think that's what u r looking for.

Regds
Rockyt.

    if u get this file on net then its ok otherwise to let me know or can mail me on rankit_thakkar@hotmail.com i will send u accross.
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