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[Yes or no question] GPO and cookie,temp files ... ???

Posted on 2006-10-21
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Hi, I would like to know if we can flush the temp dir, temporary internet file dir, cookie and do the windows update (with administrator right) everytime somebody close his session with a GPO or the only way is with a VBScript ??? thx all ;)
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Kind of.

If you have a script that will do all of this you can set up a GPO to run it as a Logoff Script.

User Setting > Windows Settings > Scripts (Logon/Logoff)
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I was thinking a logoff script also Charlie.  I can only think of doing this through vb or a batch script.

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thx I will build it today :( :P
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