|relevant system info: windows vista home basic sp1|
What I want to do may be too much for batch files and may need something more powerful.
What I am attempting to do:
When a specific user is logged in have one screen resolution, and when the user is logged off or switched to change to another resolution.
additionally when the user is loaded when it has already been logged in to run the .bat.
now i have found an app that works to change the screen resolution in a bat file qres (http://sourceforge.net/projects/qres/)
and I have made 3 .bat files
one that changes my resolution on startup.
two to change my resolution and log me off
and three to change my resolution and take me to the usr lock screen. (shortcut= %windir%\System32\rundll32.exe user32.dll,LockWorkStation)
i think this can be simplified.
the lock screen is ok... but i want it to go to the usr log in screen. i have no tsdiscon.exe
and when i got one and put it in the system32 folder it wasnt compatible with the system. is there another way to do this?
is there a way to run a .bat on usr logon not usr startup. ie... then loading my programs and settings that were running when i switched a usr to also run a .bat.
is there a way to run a script when switching users as well as when logging off?
thanks in advance for the help!
all posts welcome...