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Is it possible to do a logoff script with a windows NT4 domain without any 3rd party software?
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No. NT4 does not support logoff scripts. That was a new feature for Windows 2000. But, check out http://www.jsifaq.com/SF/Tips/Tip.aspx?id=0429 ("0429 » Freeware Gina provides the ability to bypass CTRL+ALT+DEL and/or run a logoff script and/or run a shutdown script. 23-Feb-98"), which would ad least be a free alternative.
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Any further questions?
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Nope.  That was the answer.

Thanks!
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