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GUI Configuration Tool - Logon Scripts and Folders

Folders

The UTS installation folder contains a folder named scripts. This folder and its subfolders contain batch files (scripts) for user sessions. Pre-GUI versions of the UTS used subfolders with the User Name to associate the script with the user. Post-GUI versions have three subfolders in the script folder

  • DomainUsers
  • Local Users
  • Templates

Domain Users

The DomainUsers folder may contain a default configuration (if configured) for all domains. Additionally subfolders will exist with the name of any domain names configured.

Each Domain Name folder may contain a default configuration (if configured) for all users within that domain name. Additionally subfolders will exist with the name of each user configured for that domain

Each user name folder will contain scripts associated with that domain user name

Local Users

The LocalUsers folder may contain a default configuration (if configured) for all Local Users. Additionally subfolders will exist with the name of any local User Names configured

Each user name folder will contain scripts associated with that local user name.

Templates

The Templates folder contains two subfolders

  • System – contains templates for Global – per system configurations
    Each system template contains a XML file with the name of the template. This can be copied to the active configuration or another system template
  • User – contains templates for User – per session configurations
    Each template will be a logon script (batch file). This script can be copied to any User – per session configuration

Scripts

Logon Scripts (Batch Files)- read more about logon scripting here

Logon scripts are automatically created with the configuration GUI. A logon script is created each time a User – Per Session property page is created. This includes

  Icon User Type
  Domain User  Domain User
  Local User  Local User
  IP Address/Range User  IP Address/Range User IP Address/Ranges are specified by the text file gs_ip_rt.txt that references an existing Logon Script
  Grandfathered User  Grandfathered User Grandfathered Users cannot be created with the GUI. They are automatically created when migrating from an pre-GUI version of the UTS
  User Template  User Template
  Default Configuration  Default Configuration

Configuration Data Storage

Configuration information is kept in the Registry, Environment Variables and Text Files

Registry Settings

Registry settings apply to the Global – per system configuration

The GSW Configuration Tool eliminates the manual configuration of registry through the GUI. One or more registry settings can be accomplished through a single GUI setting

Environment Variables

Environment variable settings apply to the User – per session configuration.

The GSW Configuration Tool eliminates the manual configuration of environment variables through the GUI. One or more environment variables can be accomplished through a single GUI setting

Text Files

Text files associated with the Global or User configurations can be accessed through the GUI. The GUI will launch notepad.exe as the editor that allows you to edit and save the text file configurations

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