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Posted on 2007-11-16
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Hi,

Is there someone out there can send me a link or share some vb script.

I need the script to be impleted into my AD so when a domain user logon it produce a 'welcome windows' stating welcome to Domain X point to the domain controller where the script resides.

Appreciate if you can advise also, which parameters from the script to change to fit into my domain.

Thanks
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Have you had a look at kixscript?

http://www.kixtart.org/

Works well and is real easy to use if you're unsure of vb.
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there are tons of archived files to download, any in particular ?
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Just create you're own, read the readme and it's really easy to setup.
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