How to change the directory path

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How I can change the directory path to all my users in Active Directory using a login script vbs? And how I could identify if the user accounts have a local administrative log in?

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How to change the directory path

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The logon script is actually the file that the actual process. It could be almost any process, as noted over. So we'll start by construction that script. Both the fall behind location with regard to logon scripts is the NETLOGON provide, which, primarily, is actually shared upon all of Domain Controllers within an Active Directory forest, and are available here folder: %SystemRoot%SYSVOLsysvolscripts Where %SystemRoot% is usually “C:Windows” and is the DNS name of the domain. It folder, which is actually a component on the SYSVOL private file, is reflected to all both the Domain Controllers in the domain. 1. Bring the logon script and bring it the ideal name (including: logon.gun, logon.cmd, logon.vbs, etc.) Both the script can use ANY name, simply make sure you understand what which name is actually, and also give this both the right report extension type. 2. Make sure the script costs and also performs the necessary action when this is manually performed (double-click on this). 3. Back up the logon script by press CTRL+C 4. Paste the logon script in the NETLOGON share which is located in the following path: c:WindowsSysvolSysvolDomain NameScripts on one of the Domain Controllers. Please checks the Event viewer to identify the user accounts have a local administrative login. 

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