Where are Windows startup scripts located?

Where are Windows startup scripts located?

To assign computer startup scripts Open the Local Group Policy Editor. In the console tree, click Scripts (Startup/Shutdown). The path is Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Scripts (Startup/Shutdown).

What account do logon scripts run as?

The computer startup and shutdown scripts execute under the local system account; user logon and logoff scripts run as the current user account.

How do I create a login script for deployment?

How do you create a login script?

  1. At the server, which is your (primary) domain controller, go to the folder where scripts are held.
  2. Create a new text document or edit the existing one (you can only have one login script).
  3. Please enter one or more lines of instructions into the file, and save it as a batch file.

Where are startup Scripts stored?

Startup script files are, by default, located in C:\Windows\SysVol\\Polices\\Machine\Scripts\Startup. They can, however, execute from any other public network location, e.g. the netlogon share. In this example, we will make a copy of FastTrack Logon on the netlogon share for script execution.

Where can I find the local logon scripts?

The default location for local logon scripts is the Systemroot\\System32\\Repl\\Imports\\Scripts folder. This folder is not created on a new installation of Windows.

How do I add a logon script to my profile?

Click the Profile tab. In the Logon script box, type the file name (and the relative path, if necessary) of the logon script. If the logon script is stored in a subfolder of the default logon script path, put the relative path to that folder in front of the file name.

How do I run a script when a new user logs on?

To configure a script or program to run when a new user logs on, follow these steps: Select Start, and then select Run. In the Openbox, type regedit.exe, and then select OK. Locate the following subkey in the registry:HKEY_USERS

Where is the netlogon script location?

As Meinolf mentioned, the script location is the NETLOGON share which is replicated to all DCs in your domain.