pnordlander wrote: we've always just used a .bat file located in c:\windows\sysvol\sysvol\"domain"\scripts and just as curtis explained, the file should contain the drive letter you want to use followed by the path.
I know you can use autoexnt to run a batch file on startup for Windows XP, but that only seems to work for 32-bit machines. I'm running Windows XP x64 on a box, and I need to have a script run on startup (without anyone's logging in). Any ides? Thanks for the help. The Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools are a set of software tools for administrators, developers, and power users to manage Active Directory, Group Policy, TCP/IP Networks, Registry, Security First i downloaded a remote task manager, and learned how to use the sc \\computer query autoexnt command. When the computer first boots, when i query the service i can see it "running" and in the task manager i can see the autoexnt.exe file running in addition to java.exe (which is what the batch script does). Hi, for many years we used "AUTOEXNT" to run a batch script with admin privs on our company pcs at bootime. We used the script for many maintenance tasks, e.g. gathering informations from every pc distributing new files or sw-packages checking important settings and installations modifying In the other question I suggested autoexnt. That is also possible in this situation. Just set the service to run manually (ie not automatic at startup). When you want to run your batch, modify the autoexnt.bat file to call the batch file you want, and start the autoexnt service. The batchfile to start this, can look like this (untested): To test the AutoExNT service, log on to your computer with an account that has administrator credentials, type net start autoexnt at a command prompt, and then press ENTER. The Autoexnt.bat file should run in an MS-DOS window. NOTE: The AutoExNT service includes a /interactive switch, analogous to the /interactive switch of the AT command. This The description for Event ID ( 5 ) in Source ( AutoExNT ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. The following information is part of the event: RegQueryValueEx not succesful.
Apr 18, 2020 · Press Windows key + R to open up a Run dialog box. Then, type “devmgmt.msc” and press Enter to open up Device Manager. Running Device Manager; Inside Device Manager, expand the drop-down menu associated with Display Adapters.
The description for Event ID ( 5 ) in Source ( AutoExNT ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. The following information is part of the event: RegQueryValueEx not succesful. I have some 32-bit GNU programs that I want to add to the system path on my Windows7-64bit machine, such as Curl.exe, WGet.exe, AutoExNT.exe, etc. I don't want to have to alter the system Path environment variable at all and so I want to place them in a location that is equivilant to "system32" on a old 32-bit system.
Jul 13, 2015 · Hi Guys, I think it may something to do with the server, ive looked at the RM packages that are installed on the server, ive reinstalled the rm server manager and on the workstation ive reinstalled the rm station manager, and stuff, but all it says for 2 seconds just before the logon provider comes on, in the rm application agent box it says "setting station security" somnething like that, its
What you should know about AutoExNT.Exe AutoExNT.Exe. AutoExNT.Exe is not part of Windows, but it is important nonetheless. AutoExNT.Exe is found in the C:\Windows\System32 directory. Frequently occurring are file sizes such as 5,904 bytes (80% of all these files), 7,168 bytes or, as the case may be, 11,776 bytes. To install the AutoExNT service manually, perform the following steps: 1. Ensure that all 5 requried components of the Resource Kit exist (autoexnt.exe, instexnt.exe, sc.exe, servmess.dll, sleep.exe) (If using Windows2003, sc.exe is already installed) 2. Copy these five files to the \system32 directory 3. pnordlander wrote: we've always just used a .bat file located in c:\windows\sysvol\sysvol\"domain"\scripts and just as curtis explained, the file should contain the drive letter you want to use followed by the path.