Scenario: We're migrating our users from NT to AD however we still have alot of Win98 machines. In order to update the client for MS networks registry setting on the users desktops, I've put together a kixtart script which makes the neccessary change to the registry. I've tested the script by putting into the NT user accounts profile and watch a test user authenticate, call the script, then the window that says "Your windows logon script is running" appears in the upper left hand corner. From there, the DOS window comes up and runs the kix script which is part of the .bat login script.
My problem is, that "Your Windows logon script is running" message will not go away. After I wait a substantial amount of time, I hit "Cancel", it goes away then I check the registry and confirm everything worked great. The domain is updated to point to the new AD domain. But I HAVE TO GET THAT WINDOWS MESSAGE TO DISAPPEAR. My goal would be for it to not even pop up because I'm afraid a user might see it and hit "cancel" which would in turn jeopardize the kixtart script from running.
Here is the output of the kixtest.bat file which is going to be placed into the user NT account profile. From there, I'll paste the Changereg.kix test script. What am I doing wrong?
net use K: \\pdcservername\netlogon
copy K*.dll c:\windows
net use /d /yes K:
output of regchange.kix
if @producttype "windows 98"
writevalue ("hkey_local_machine\system\currentcontrolset\services\msnp32\networkprovider", "authenticatingagent", "addomainname", "reg_sz")
writevalue ("hkey_local_machine\system\currentcontrolset\services\vxd\vnetsup", "workgroup", "addomainname", "reg_sz")
Again, my whole issue is getting that Window to dissappear.