Re: Log in question

From: I am a Sock Puppet (
Date: 07/22/05

Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2005 15:52:57 -0400

lissy6098 wrote:
> 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,
> Elise

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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