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    rm -startup

    I'm all too familiar with how to get a program to run at startup using vanilla windows, but can anyone recommend if there is a suggested way to do it on a cc3 network?.

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    you could put a shortcut in the startup folder? Prob the easiest way.

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    At startup or logon?

    If I remember rightly on CC3 under user types there is an option to run a program at logon.

    Might be something simmilar under global workstation settings or workstation types for startup?

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