Simple Script onLogon


Dear All,

If any user logon to this domain xx.com.ca it should  yahoo pop up screen to be displayed.

Ex:
  My User id is "Neno", when i logon to domain xx.com.ca immediately the Internet Explorer opens with yahoo it should display.

Thanks,
NemreenAsked:
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markoidConnect With a Mentor Commented:

c:
regedit /s import.reg
cd C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer
iexplore.exe

Create a bat job with the above text in it and save it as startup.bat call the via the logon script in group policy.
create a reg key called import.reg copy and paste the text below into the file and save it.Place it in the root of c: ont the client machine.
This so do the job.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main]
"Start Page"="http://www.yahoo.co.uk/"

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NemreenAuthor Commented:
Dear markoid,

First when i logon to domain the IE its open immediately, but without Yahoo URL just blank i think its didnt call the import.reg ?

This what i do:
1-)I create  startup.bat script and pass it logon under group policy ---working Fine
2-)I create  import.reg file and save to C:\  -----It dosnt Open the Yahoo just Blank



If your idea its work, i have 1500 PC logon to domain how i copy the import.reg to 1500 user to c:\ its very diffcult man is there any differnet way ?
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markoidCommented:
Ok there is a easier way if you want you can set the users home page in grouppolicy under user confiuration\internet explorer maintenance \URLs there is a policy there called important URLs set the home page there ont the top line home page URL.
That should do the job. Couldnt remember where it was the first time.

Cheers,
Mark
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markoidCommented:
Didnt realise you had some many clients. I can see how copying the reg key to 1500 machines might get a bit tedious. :)
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NemreenAuthor Commented:
Hello again, The first idea what you give it to me I update a small command its working fine without call & import the import.reg also its not required to change the regedit for any PC, just the  call the startup file on logon script as following:

cd C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer
iexplore.exe http://www.yahoo.com

This idea its solve my problem 97% but if some machine they have the program file on D drive...

Thanks again :)


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