Re: Login script to exit based on Computername.

From: BNichols (BNichols_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: 01/11/05


Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 05:43:12 -0800

Thanks for the suggestion. Do you know the VB Scripting to run the same
command. All workstations running the command are W2k or newer OS.

"Al Dunbar [MS-MVP]" wrote:

>
> "BNichols" <BNichols@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0219BF0D-A808-4368-9705-DA5765A0A432@microsoft.com...
> > Looking for the correct computer name statement that will allow an IF THEN
> > statement to funtion so I can run the wscript.quit statement to exit the
> > login script based on computername. I have a printer script assigning
> > printers to login ID's based on groupmembership, if user(s) login from a
> > certin computer name called TEST I want the script to exit before it
> assigns
> > the printers.
>
> Depending somewhat on the client o/s and the scripting language you are
> using, this might work (for NT4 and up in batch)
>
> if /i "%computername%" EQU "test1" goto:eof
>
>
> /Al
>
>
>



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