Terminal Service RemoteApps running bat file at logon.

Posted on 2008-11-15
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Last Modified: 2013-11-21

I have installed Terminal Service on our new 2008 server.  I created a remoteapp for our CRM application.  Howerver, our CRM uses some registry and config fiels that is copied to the user's My Docs folder.  So in Win 2003 TS, I added the bat file to the "All Users" Startup folder so when anyone logs into TS it would run the bat file.

It seems in 2008 Server RemoteApps, the bat file doesn't run.  How can this be accomplished?
Question by:mm1250
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PeterSinger earned 2000 total points
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Use a Group policy and put the the users in the group to run the policy of the users that you want to have this batch file run.
Have the login script section in the group policy to copy the batch file to the "%userprofile%\start menu\programs\startup\".

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