Login Scripts
Applying Registry Changes

If you have a number of registry changes that you want to make on all machines - perhaps to implement a certain setting, then the login script can do this for you.

Simply export the relevant settings in to a .reg as normal. Then place this .reg file in the usual login script location (more information here) and enter the following command in to your login script:

%systemroot%\regedit /s <your file>.reg

This will import the registry file silently each time the user logs in. Combine it with the other elements available in a login script such as Windows Group, Machine Location or Operating System and you can carefully control what setting are applied depending on where the user is located.

An example of this in use is to redirect Internet Explorer Favourites.


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