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Script to set windows xp record volume to 50% or some value around 50%

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I have looked on the Microsoft website and around the Internet to find a script that will set the record volume to a cerain level (50%) upon user login.

We have issues with users changing the record volume in Windows XP. Can anyone point me in the proper direction? The easier it is to run the script the better.
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I'm specifically looking for a script to modify the "record volume" as stated in the question. I do not have knowledge of windows scripting nor have the ability to figure it out. The above suggestion does not help me, thank you for trying.
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Sorry, I missed you wanted the record volume (it wasn't obvious enough from the title and the message)  .
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 It can be done with programming, scripting methods are limited.  You may be able to do it via a VBscript with an ActiveX DLL such as this:
http://www.vinsvision.com/Articles/tabid/66/EntryID/12/Default.aspx.
Aside from that, I don't think there are much options.
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Thanks for the direction, i will look into it.
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