client setup on SBS 2003
Posted on 2006-06-04
I have recently taken over managing a Windows 2003 Small Business Server running a domain. It was setup by a prior tech. and am trying to understand how the client setup works. When I join a new workstation to the domain it configures the workstation to be in "classic windows 2000 appearance", runs a program called BGinfo that displays info about the workstation on the desktop, etc. I am trying to figure out what controls this setup process and how to change it? On the profile tab on the user setup it shows a logon script of "SBS_LOGON_SCRIPT.BAT" In that file it has one command that runs a setup.exe in the clients share on the server. Also, I noticed there is a logon.vbs file that is being used to map drive letters and printers. I am familiar with Windows 2000 server and have inserted the commands in a file called logon.bat that I created on the server share. Can you give me some guidance on how to manage these items? It almost appears that I am missing some sort of utility for configuration?