can you have more than one logon script in Windows?

Posted on 2009-12-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I have some users that get a logon script for Citrix. I want to add a 2nd logon script to run at  logon for a print server migration. Will both scripts run or will my new script be the only one to run? I need both to run.
Question by:someITGuy
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    The best way to do this is to configure the scripts through the group policy node User Configuration\Windows Settings\Scripts\Logon.  This will let you apply any number of scripts.  

    Note that if you only want them to apply to users on Citrix servers, apply the GPO to the servers' OU and enable loopback processing in Merge mode.
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    The answer is yes, you can have many scripts run.
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    Expert Comment

    You could also have your first script start a second script. I think we've covered everything now.

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