This article lists the steps on deploying Sophos endpoint software via login scripts.
A login script is a series of instructions that a workstation follows every time a user logs on. These instructions are held on the server in a 'script' file, which is a batch file that workstations can access and run. A login script allows you to create a single text file containing a set of instructions which are distributed to all the computers that need it.
There are a number of uses for a login script with Sophos products, for example:
This section outlines the process of creating a login script. Details and commands specific to the type of server you have are given in the Examples section which follows.
The example below describe how to create login scripts on a Windows server. If a login script already exists, you must edit it by adding the necessary commands.
The next time those users log in, the login script will run on their computers.
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