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7 After processing user policies, the computer runs any logon scripts. Logon scripts are hidden from view by default, and if there are multiple startup scripts, the scripts run asynchronously by default. Thus, unlike startup scripts for which each script must finish running before the next one can be started, logon scripts are all started and run simultaneously. The default timeout for scripts is 600 seconds. 8 The user interface as defined in the user s profile and governed by the policy settings that are in effect is displayed. If the user logs off the computer, any logoff scripts defined for the user are run. If the user shuts down the computer, logoff is part of the shutdown process, so the user is first logged off and any logoff scripts defined for the user are run. Then the computer runs any shutdown scripts defined for the computer.
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In Active Directory Users and Computers, you can enable and disable policies partially or entirely by completing the following steps:
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1 Right-click the domain or OU, and select Properties. In the Group Policy tab of the Properties dialog box, click Properties. 2 To disable the policy entirely, select the policy, and then click Options. In the Options dialog box, select Disabled, and then click OK. If you later want to enable the policy, you would repeat this process and clear the Disabled option. 3 To disable the policy partially, select the policy, and then click Properties. In the Properties dialog box, select or clear Disable Computer Configuration Settings and Disable User Configuration Settings as necessary.
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When a user logs on, the client computer applies User Configuration settings. Because user policy settings have precedence by default, any computer policy settings that overlap with user policy settings are overwritten. However, for some computers, particularly special-use computers in classrooms, labs, or public places, you might want to restrict the computer to a specific configuration. In this case, you might not want less-restrictive user policy settings to be applied. To change the default behavior that gives preference to user policy, you can enable the loopback processing policy. By enabling the loopback processing policy, you ensure that the Computer Configuration settings always apply. Loopback processing can be set in one of two ways, either with Replace or Merge. When you use the Replace option, only Computer Configuration settings are processed and User Configuration settings are not processed. When you use the Merge option, Computer Configuration settings are processed first, then User Configuration settings are processed, and then Computer Configuration settings are processed again. This serves to combine the settings and if there are any conflicts in the settings, the Computer Configuration settings have preference and overwrite the User Configuration settings. To configure loopback processing, follow these steps:
1 Start the Group Policy Object Editor. In Group Policy Management Console, rightclick the Group Policy you want to modify, and then select Edit. 2 Double-click the User Group Policy Loopback Processing Mode in the Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Group Policy folder.
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3 Define the policy by selecting Enabled, as shown in Figure 38-16, then use the Mode selection menu to set the processing mode as either Replace or Merge.
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Figure 38-16. Configure loopback processing to give Computer Configuration settings preference.
4 Click OK. This policy is supported by all computers running Windows 2000 or later.
Using Scripts in Group Policy
In Windows Server 2003 you can configure computer startup and shutdown scripts as well as user logon and logoff scripts. You can write these scripts as command-shell batch scripts ending with the .bat or .cmd extension or as scripts that use the Windows Script Host (WSH). WSH is a feature of Windows Server 2003 that lets you use scripts written in a scripting language, such as Microsoft JScript and Microsoft VBScript.
Configuring Computer Startup and Shutdown Scripts
You can assign computer startup and shutdown scripts as part of a group policy. In this way, all computers in a site, domain, or OU run scripts automatically when they re started or shut down.
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