sbs_login_script.bat - What exactly does it do

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by bobby, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. bobby

    bobby Guest

    I have 1 client PC on the LAN that gets an error only while logging into the
    network that says, "The ordinal 21 could not be located in the dynamic link
    library..." I have narrowed it to the login script b/c if I browse directly
    to the script, I get the error when I try to run it. Everyone is using the
    sbs_login_script.bat w/ no problems. I have removed the script from the user
    who logs on and no errors on login . What are the ramifications for not
    using this script? It is running a setup.exe that is looking for apps that
    need to be installed on the client. Everything is already on the client, so
    I do not know exactly what the script does. Any suggestions will be
    appreciated as always.
     
    bobby, Jan 6, 2005
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  2. bobby

    TOP Guest

    My guess is the same as yours: The batch file is looking for installed apps
    (shared fax client et al.) and installing them if not found. There's a
    problem with a DLL (corruption?) but since setup has already run you can
    safely leave it out of the profile.
     
    TOP, Jan 6, 2005
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  3. You got it, removing it will mean that if you want to pipe out apps to
    the client using the SBS deployment system it won't work, its probably
    a currupt Windows setup somewhere on that desktop.

    Andrew.
     
    Andrew Hodgson, Jan 8, 2005
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