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hi.

i want to run .ppt file for all domian users when they login into domain. I have created batch file and paste it into netlogon share folder. I did gpupdate /force on one client but getting attached error message.

"the path or file name for c:\widows\sysvol\sysvol\srhouse.com\scripts\message is invalid. Please check that the path and file name are correct."

my batch file content is

start POWERPNT \\esshaz01\sysvol\srhouse.com\scripts\MessagefromCEO(2).pps

running script from "computer configuration--windows setting - scripts - startup"

Please guide me.
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If you want it to run for users then you'll need to run it as a logon script, under the node User Configuration\Windows Settings\Scripts\Logon.  Startup scripts run under the context of the local SYSTEM account, and interactive programs started that way usually won't be visible to users.
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used existing batch file and workign now.
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It helpded me lot and could get pcs with local admin rights.
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