What do 'REM' and '/persistent:no' mean in Windows Server 2003 .bat logon script files?
Posted on 2006-11-23
Hi there. I hope this is an easy one that some helpful person out there could help me clear up quickly :)
I'm editing someone else's Windows Server logon scripts, and I'd just like confirmation of 2 phrases recoocuring in the scripts. The first is 'REM'. My guess is that when this is put at the start of a line, it actually turns the line into a 'comment' as such, and the code on that line is ignored when the script is run. Am I right?
Secondly, what does the '/persistent:no' mean that is placed at the end of most lines in the scripts. Again I can hazzard a few guesses, but don't want to take chances.
Any help from anyone is greatly apprecaited :D