We plan to utilize our logged-off workstations for renderings (via Autodesk's Backburner software) but want it set up so that when a user logs in, their workstation is removed from the pool of available render nodes. The easiest way to do this seems to be by stopping the Backburner service when a user logs in, and starting the service when they log out.
I know I can do this via login/logoff script ("net stop/start BACKBURNER_SRV_200"), but is there a way to do this with a GPO policy (or other)? I've otherwise eliminated the need for login/logoff scripts and would like to avoid them if possible. Thanks!
Unable to change the program that handles the scan event from a network attached Canon/Brother printer/scanner. This means you'll always have to choose which program handles this action, e.g. ControlCenter4 (in the case of a Brother).
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