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Scheduling/Executing on all computers in domain?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by humbletech99, Jan 26, 2007.

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  1. humbletech99

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    Is there a way to schedule/execute a script on all computers in a 2003 active directory domain?

    I know I can add a script to startup/shutdown via the gpo for the domain but I want to actually schedule a script to run on all computers while they are up. I just can't do this via startup/shutdown scripts since a lot of the machines will not reboot for a long time to come.

    Since my group policies update fairly frequently and I know some settings can take effect immediately like firewall settings, it must be possible to get the gpo to distribute a job to be carried out by all machines or there must be some other tool or way of doing this.
     
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