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Cashing GPO log-on scripts on a notebook

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How can I cash a GPO log-on script on a notebook?

On Win XP Pro notebook it takes very long saying applying script when logging in but only if it is off-site. It is possible that I could cash the log on scripts on the notebook?

If so how is it done?

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Oops...I should clarify

The script I'm talking about is a startup script
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If the script is in the Sysvol share, then it should cache is locally already.

Check C:\Windows\System32\GroupPolicy (it's hidden).

You can likely copy it there if you need to - under Machine\Scripts\Startup

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