How can I force a windows logoff/ logon in a windows xp environment from the domain controller, or throught group policy?

Posted on 2006-03-30
Last Modified: 2010-03-18
i got hit with a virus this past week and the removal tool requires that i add lines to my logon script,
hence everyone has to access the logon script, is there any way to force a log off through GP or through the domain controller? it has to be done simutaneously and i cannot do it on 300 machines at the same time! plese help! its the NYXEM virus, if anyone has any other info regarding this virus also, please help, thanks!
Question by:jsctechy
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    Hi jsctechy,

    not an inbuilt windows tool but shold do the trick for you


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