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Hi,

There is this logon.vbs on a terminal server (path C:\Windows\System32\logon.vbs).
This contains a script for every user which logs on to the terminal server.
I wonder if this is a general Windows setting/usage  or it is called via GPO?

Please advise.
J.
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This is common.  There are are usrlogon.cmd and usrlogn1.cmd files (at least did exist in NT 4.0 TSE and all the way to Win2K3).
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