script to uninstall an application in start up on network

script to uninstall an application in start up on network

Post by mark » Tue, 05 Oct 2004 23:17:51


Can someone send me a test script so I can remove an
application that is loading.
here is a sample of where it is loading,
\\c3SYSTEM NAME\c$\Documents and Settings\all users\start
menu\programs\startup.

How can I do this without going into individual systems?
 
 
 

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