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Edit a GPO field from a script

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    DYasny
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    Hi all,

    Lots of Win7 VMs, that I want to automatically shutdown when a user logs off. My problem is I cannot start gpedit.msc on every machine, and edit user config -> windows settings -> scripts (logon/logoff)

    Simply placing a cmd file in %WINDIR%System32GroupPolicyUserScriptsLogoff also doesn’t work – I need to enable the policy somehow.

    AD is not an option in this case.

    So my question is – is there a way, within a script, to place the cmd script in the right location and also update the GPO that uses this cmd file?

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