Administrators is the minimum group membership required to complete this procedure. Review the details in "Additional considerations" in this topic.
|To assign a logon script to a local user account|
Open Computer Management.
In the console tree, click Users.
- Computer Management\System Tools\Local Users
- Computer Management\System Tools\Local Users and Groups\Users
Right-click the user account that you want, and then click Properties.
On the Profile tab, in Logon script, type the file name and relative path of the script.
- To perform this procedure, you must provide
credentials for the Administrator account on the local computer (if
you are prompted), or you must be a member of the Administrators
group on the local computer.
- Logon scripts can contain malicious commands.
It is recommended that you be familiar with the contents of a logon
script before you assign it to a user.
- Logon scripts that are stored on a local
computer apply only to users who log on to that local computer.
- Local logon scripts must be stored in a
shared folder — or subfolders of the shared folder — named
Netlogon. If this folder does not exist by default, you must create
it. To specify a logon script that is stored in a subfolder of the
Netlogon folder, precede the file name with the relative path to
that folder. For example, to assign the Startup.bat logon script
that is stored in \\ComputerName\Netlogon\FolderName
to a local user, in Logon script type