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    Custom Login Scripts in RM CC3

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    Apologies if this is the wrong part of the forum to post in, but I was wondering if anyone can provide me with a little assistance?

    I would like to copy a file into every users templates folder when they login. This will allow a customer form to be used from within Outlook. Generally I would have done this by adding the login script to a users profile on AD - however I've tried this and it just does not seem to run. I'm sure it's being blocked by RM somewhere along the line.

    Any help would be gratefully received.

    Oh and for the record, I did try and run this past RM, but received their usual helpful type response:

    I am afraid this is not possible through RM management console. You can share the file to a common shared drive and ask the users to copy to the respective directory.

    Thank You

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    What does your script look like?

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    It's a very simple batch file to copy templates into the standard template folder:

    net use n: \\svr-004\%UserName%$
    xcopy \\svr-001\Logon\templates "N:\My Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates\" /e/s/y

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    If you run manually does it work?

    I dont think you need to trailing \ on the destination.

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    I've run it manually to test before trying the logon and this worked fine. The net use was added in case it hadn't mapped it's home drive first. You're right though about the trailing \ - a hang up from copy and paste!

    Rm have now come back with a VB script to use, but I'm sure that is just overkill. There must be someway that RM maps user drives and if I could find this part I would be able to add the file copy in?

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    RM uses a msi app I think to map user drives, if you look in the User config and general, post-login tasks there's a tick box for mapped drives and printer delivery

    When setting up a printer allocation script to run under RM I had to add the script into the allowed of the software restriction policy if that helps .. !

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