Group Policy Windows 2003 Server Domain - Pushing Fonts, Files, Updates, Etc

Posted on 2006-05-15
Last Modified: 2013-12-03
Hello EE,

I am looking to currently push a font to all the computers in my domain. The DC is currently running a windows 2003 Server using active directory. I am trying to manage everything from the server and wanted to started with simple file pushes to the computers then move to windows updates and program installs as needed. I will be leaving this job soon and trying to get orginized for the newb coming up. Thanks again EEC (experts exchange community)

Question by:Clownzer
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    Hi Clownzer,

    simple way off the top of my head...create a logon script...

    put the file on a share on your server

    in the logon script
    copy \\Server\Share\Filename c:\desired directory

    save the file as something.bat and add as a logon script

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