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    Running papercut client at startup on CC4 network

    Morning, I have very little knowledge of scripting or VBS so I was wondering how would I create something that would execute our papercut client on our print server share? At the moment, only my team are trialling the program, and the start up would only pertain to admins?

    Anyone tell me the easiest method of how to do this please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyturpie View Post
    Morning, I have very little knowledge of scripting or VBS so I was wondering how would I create something that would execute our papercut client on our print server share? At the moment, only my team are trialling the program, and the start up would only pertain to admins?

    Anyone tell me the easiest method of how to do this please?
    If you go into the RMMC and look under User Policies, select the relevant policy, then under the section you can set program to run after logon. That's how I set the client to start on logon.

    Hope this helps.

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