Solved Writing a script to change ip settings on startup

March 3, 2016 at 09:23:41
Specs: WindowsNT
Hello, I have a Micros 4 terminal workstation, that i have converted to a PosiTouch terminal. In order for it to work, I need to close a window, change the ip setting and the subnet mask, and then launch a program. Is that possible, and if so, where do I start?

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March 4, 2016 at 13:32:10
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You'd need to create a logon script which can be a batch file or executable, NT 4.0 doesn't support NETSH. I'd recommend you research logon scripts for NT 4.0, there are a lot of internet results.

archived

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/ar... (archived)

http://sdfox7.com

Windows XP Service Pack 4 (SP4)


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