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    Remote Login ??

    Hi,

    Im looking for a lil bit of help

    as a techie there are times when i have to log onto 30 pc's at a time while maintaining ICT suites.
    and after a while typing Administrator is so boring and im too lazy if im honnest.

    So im looking for a simple run once script i can put into the OU grp of them computers while im doing that room.

    ther are apps that do this but i would rather do it via .vbs or a regedit, i have used cds (intel drivers)
    where it needs reboots and it will auto log into the same user again. my guess is that it uses a run once script for that.

    it would be nice if it worked simular to PSexec with gpupdate /force.. etc

    Cheers Marc


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    I haven't tried this but have you looked at PSTools Autologon?

    From what I understand you can set a station to login with a username and password of your choosing after reboot.

    Obviously: Use with caution and make sure that it is removed when you have finished your work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    I haven't tried this but have you looked at PSTools Autologon?

    From what I understand you can set a station to login with a username and password of your choosing after reboot.

    Obviously: Use with caution and make sure that it is removed when you have finished your work.


    Cheers Dave i'll give it a look at today when im not too busy.

    i'll let you know how it goes

    Marc

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpuffMonkey View Post
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    nice idea but i hate these kinda apps, be nice to have a quick script on a usb and all i will have to do is change the target name, via a .txt

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    all done by using

    Autologon

    and also Psexec

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    Pretty much what everyone else has said.. Autologon is something thats already there in windows so you can reghack to get it working:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

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    Quote Originally Posted by apeo View Post
    Pretty much what everyone else has said.. Autologon is something thats already there in windows so you can reghack to get it working:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
    ah thanks that mite be abit better.

    atm im using

    a batch file that contains

    Psexec.exe -u "domain\user" -p "password" -c -i -d @ComputerList_IT4.txt autologon.exe "user" "computername or domain name" "password"


    only issue i have is that once im finished i will run it agen with no user name and password like so, ( "" "domainname" "" ) but it will come up with an error because it still tries to log on with no pasword or username

    IF this is not ran with the above method it will keep loggin into the user that was set before.

    ive had a look around google and there does not seem to be any switches to stop or disable autologon.exe

    Cheers again

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