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I'm trying to update a company's servers and they have all the computers connecting to specific network drives at login. I'm trying to find the location of the bat file. I want to say they all use the same bat file and it's located on the server somewhere. Is that possible or do all the computers have their own bat file?

Either way what would the most common location for that file be?

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closed as not a real question by Karan, Canadian Luke, nerdwaller, Breakthrough, soandos Jun 24 '13 at 0:48

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If this isn't a real question how come it got a real answer that solved the issue? Also, why would you close it after it was already answered and marked as answered. – Jhorra Oct 11 '13 at 20:49
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You must look on your Active Directory server... in the SYSVOL

If you have more than one or not sure where your AD is, try the following:

Goto to RUN and type:


or from a cmd prompt type


Otherwise the path would be like this:


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