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VBS Login Script with fixed size Internet Explorer front end

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Hello all,

I have seen a few posts on the internet with about at VBS login script that runs through a fixed sized Internet Explorer page.  I have written what I think is the correct process, but I am a little confused with how to proceed.  I have attached the HTML and VBS files to this question.

My end goal is the following:
"      Force DOS windows to display in the small text box of the IE page
"      Map network drives based on Active Directory Security Group
"      Rename the drives mapped to a user friendly description name
"      Display the Username, Drives Mapped, and LogonServer
"      Map Printers based on Active Directory Security Group

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
Michael

login.html.txt
login.vbs.txt
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So I don't have to go through all your code -- what are you having trouble with?  What doesn't work the way you expect/want it to?
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figured it out on my own...
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