I have a shortcut to a network location that I need to copy to all users desktops in my Active Directory, however we are using Windows 2003 and I cannot use Group Policy management to do this so I would prefer to use a login script or batch file to do it instead.
so my shortcut would point to \\MYfileserver\PROJECTS
what's the best way to do this and obviously check to see if it is there already and not get stuck when running?
I found a link that describes how to do this. You have to write a batch file (login scripts are batch files) that creates a VB script and then runs it.
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