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Windows Server 2008 R2 Group Policy

I have a batch file that uninstalls Lightspeed Security Suite.  I disabled the GPO for Lightspeed so that I doesn't automatically install at startup.

This is what I want to do:

I have a DelSec script that uninstalls Lightspeed Security Agent.  How do I place that script in the Default Domain Group Policy so that when individuals logon, Lightspeed automatically uninstalls.
Anti-Virus AppsWindows Server 2008

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Jaroslav Mraz

8/22/2022 - Mon
Jaroslav Mraz

Hi,

go to Administrative Tools - Group Polociy manager - Default domain policy (click right mouse button -edit)

Now go to User Configuration - Polocies - Windows settings - Scripts (Logon/logof scripts) - Logon

in Logon specifie your .BAT or other file script. File must be in share place or before klick on show files button and copy bat there so it will be shared by domain controler.

officla microsoft KB

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc781361(v=ws.10)
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I want to run this script for the computer 1 time at shutdown.  How do I create a policy to do that?
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