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I need to have the attached batch file rewritten to vbscript

Posted on 2011-03-14
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The batch file has to be ran with 2 parameters , the first parameter is the location of the folder where reg files are located , the second is the username of the loged on user.

Based on how and whether the username is configured a reg file is added to the pc of the user. base.bat.txt base.bat.txt base.bat.txt
groups-regfiles.txt
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Based on what I can see in those scripts, I'm assuming you want a registry value set for custom reports based on the user - is this correct?

Let me ask you a few questions first.

1)  Are these reports different based on the user only or are they departmentally the same?  What I mean is can this solution be based on security groups rather than individual people?

2)  What is the registry setting?  I don't see the reg file.

Depending on the answers, I think we could approach this from a different angle using Group Policy and scripts and filter them by Security Group.  It would be much simpler in my opinion and could be managed/changed centrally.

Let me know.
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