Need to load a custom registry on every user that Log's into Terminal Server how can I do that?

When users login to a Terminal server I want all users to have a registry file to always import into there current registry.  How can I go about doing that?
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McKnifeCommented:
Use a logon script line:
reg import regfile.reg

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Shaun VermaakTechnical Specialist/DeveloperCommented:
You can convert the Reg file to XML and deploy it via a GPO Registry Preference
https://4sysops.com/archives/convert-reg-to-xml-to-import-registry-key-into-group-policy-preferences/
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goretailproAuthor Commented:
McKnife where would I put that for that specific machine for all users that login everytime and also I need this regfile to always be updated since it is changing on a weekly basis?
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McKnifeCommented:
On that specific machine, if it's only one, you would use the local gpedit.msc. Open it and go to User config - windows settings - scripts - logon
and add a script that is located on a network share, together with the registry file. The script (some.bat) would simply go
reg import \\server\share\regfile.reg

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goretailproAuthor Commented:
Hi McKnife,

I have tried to do this on my Windows Server 2012R2 machine and I was able to make the bat file but it didn't work for some reason.  Any suggestions where the logs would be for why this  didn't import.
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