Windows 2003 logon script - Terminal Server

I'm running a VBS logon script that copies files to the users desktop.  However, I don't want it to run if they logon thru Terminal Server (because the file that is copied is to launch the terminal server session).

Any suggestions?

Many Thanks

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gemartiCommented:
You could add some logic to your script to make that determination:

Set oShell = CreateObject( "WScript.Shell" )
sessionName=oShell.ExpandEnvironmentStrings("%SESSIONNAME%")
if ( sessionName = "Console" ) then

   //DO SOMETHING LIKE DOWN LOAD FILES
else

   //DON'T DOWNLOAD ANYTHING

end if


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OnsiteSupportAuthor Commented:
That's funny...you've answered both of my questions with the same code...my original thought was to ask both in the same posting.

Thanks for the advice!!!
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gemartiCommented:
Hmm...I didn't even notice who posted the other question; it just fit so I used it...:0
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