Monday, June 14, 2010

Installing with Login Script Setup

Use Login Script Setup to automate the installation of the OfficeScan client on unprotected computers when they log on to the network. Login Script Setup adds a program calledAutoPcc.exe to the server login script. The AutoPcc.exe file performs the following functions:

·         Determines the operating system of the unprotected computer and installs the appropriate version of the OfficeScan client
·         Updates the engine, virus pattern file, Damage Cleanup Services components, Spyware/Grayware scan and cleanup pattern file, and program files
To add AutoPcc.exe to the login script using Login Script Setup:
1.     On the computer you used to run the server installation, click Programs > Trend Micro OfficeScan server- {Server Name} > Login Script Setup from the Windows Startmenu.
The Login Script Setup utility loads. The screen displays a tree showing all domains on your network.
2.             Browse for the Windows NT/2000/Server 2003 computer whose login script you want to modify, select it, and then click Select. The server must be a primary domain controller and you must have administrator access. Login Script Setup prompts you for a user name and password.
3.             Type your user name and password. Click OK to continue.
The User Selection screen appears. The Users list shows the profiles of users that log on to the server. The Selected users list shows the user profiles whose login script you want to modify.
·         To modify the login script of a single or multiple user profiles, select them from the Users list, and then click Add
·         To modify the login script of all users, click Add All
·         To exclude a user profile that you have previously selected, click the name from the Selected users list, and click Delete
·         To reset your choices, click Remove All
4.             Click Apply when all target user profiles are in the Selected users list.
A message appears informing you that you have modified the server login script successfully.
5.             Click OK. Login Script Setup returns to its initial screen.
·         To modify the login script of other servers, repeat steps 2 to 4.
·         To close Login Script Setup, click Exit.
When an unprotected computer logs on to the servers whose
login scripts you modified, AutoPcc.exe will automatically
install the client to it.

Installing with Windows 2000/NT/2003 scripts

If you already have an existing login script, OfficeScan appends a command that executes AutoPcc.exe. Otherwise, OfficeScan creates a batch file called ofcscan.bat (which contains the command to run AutoPcc.exe).
OfficeScan appends the following at the end of the login script:
·         {Server_name} is the name of the computer where the OfficeScan server is installed
·         ofcscan is the OfficeScan directory on the server
·         installation_path is the directory where you installed the server files (by default, the PCCSRV folder)
The Windows 2000 login script is on the Windows 2000 server (through a net logon shared directory), under:
\\Windows 2000 server\system drive\WINNT\SYSVOL\domain\scripts\ofcscan.bat
The Windows NT login script is on the Windows NT server (through a net logon shared directory), under:
\\Windows NT server\system drive\windir\system32\repl\export\scripts\ofcscan.bat
\\Windows NT server\system drive\windir\system32\repl\import\scripts\ofcscan.bat
The Windows Server 2003 login script is on the Windows Server 2003 server (through a net logon shared directory), under:\\Windows 2003 server\system drive\windir\sysvol\domain\scripts\ofcscan.bat

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