Re: Log in question
Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2005 15:52:57 -0400
> I am trying to research how to change the settings for all users when
> they log into their machine, I just need some ideas or suggestions on
> where to go to look, or how to go about doing this. Thanks,
Um, for starters, mind telling us what OS they are going to be logging
into? If the answer is some variety of Windoze, is there a domain
invloved? If so, just use group policies - that is what they are for!
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