[THIN] Re: Drive window opening on start up

  • From: Sérgio Fonseca <Fonsecase@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, The Thin <THIN@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 15:40:18 +0100


Check if there is a invalid path in the registry key "...\...\Run".

-----Original Message-----
From: Eduard L. Frerking [mailto:elfelf@xxxxxxxxxxx]=20
Sent: s=E1bado, 28 de Setembro de 2002 17:06
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; The Thin
Subject: [THIN] Drive window opening on start up

NT 4.0 SP6 TSE MF 1.8 SP3 no FR1 or 2

Starting with yesterday, all of our users who login (full desktop) are
getting an explorer window displaying  "E:\" drive. Of course they get
nothing in it because they are not allowed to see the contents (policy, =
hacks, etc). I have looked through *.ini files several parts of the
registry, etc (maybe nor good enough) and can not find anything. User =
close the window and go on with life. But, the next time they login, it
reappears upon logon.

any ideas?

Eduard L. Frerking
Capt. Jason M. Dahl Elementary School-FMSD
San Jos=E9, CA  95111

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