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Old GPO logon script is still running on clients?

Posted on 2010-08-30
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An old GPO logon script is still running on clients, eventhough it has long been disabled/deleted. It was a simple batch file that created a shortcut on client desktops. How do I make it stop doing this?
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Matt V earned 2000 total points
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When you disable/delete a GPO, it does not remove it from the client PCs.  You will need to create a GPO that un-specifies the login script.
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I set up a GPO to delete shortcuts under "User Configuration/User Settings/Shortcuts" and they stopped appearing! Thanks
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