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Educational Software Thread, Stop students form deleting their signatures. in Technical; Believe it or not yes, its part of a big logon script and if something goes wrong it logs the ...
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    Believe it or not yes, its part of a big logon script and if something goes wrong it logs the user off

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    Its not a log off script.

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    I think we need to see the script to figure out what can be done to alter the problem.
    I understand what you are saying, the script runs on logon, if it doesnt fully fit a certain criteria it then logs the user off, removing the outlook part logs the user off so you cant take this out before being able to work out why the error comes up, if you could remove it from the script you would set exchange up to add the exclaimer in exchange.
    I have to agree it did sound at first like you were not wanting to listen to what anyone was saying, but i can understand that you cant make any changes without approval.

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