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Static route not filtering down to users in server 2003

Posted on 2009-07-01
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Hi,

am trying to work out why a static route i have added to server 2003 is not automatically filtering down to the users on the network.  I have added a static route under "Routing and Remote access"

If i manually add this via CMD prompt on the users PCs it works fine, however when the user logs off it clears the route.
Route add 10.1.10.0 MASK 255.255.255.252 10.0.0.152

any suggestions as to why this is not automatically taking effect?

Also if i wanted to add the above Route add command to a login.bat file are there any specific things i need to type?

many thanks.
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On the users PC add the route using the -p switch to the route add command.  this will make the route persistant and it will survive the reboots of the computer.

For more info on the route add command type route add /? at the command prompt
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