Launch computer programs after you logoff or shutting down Windows using this software
When a workstation boots, in most cases more than just the system starts. You have maybe configured the computer to launch virus checkers, remote manage utilities, or other third-party software. Also, you have maybe configured login scripts to start after the user logs in to the net. Finally, there is the Start Up folder that stores computer programs that should run once the user logs in.
But what about as soon as the user logs off? using group policies, you should set a logoff script that executes command line software after a user logs off. But what about a logoff version of the Start Up folder? Now you have obtained one in the form of Shutdown Folder.
Software provides a service similar to the Windows "Startup" folder. It can run applications, command files(*.bat,*.cmd) and symbolic links placed into a "Shutdown Folder" folder just before Windows session closes. Besides the program accelerates Windows shutdown (similarly HSLAB Force Down software).
It creates a special folder that workings just like the Windows Startup folder just the reverse. Put the shortcut for the utility you want to run in the Shutdown folder and it runs as soon as the user shuts down the operating system. You can use it to do such things as delete temporary files, duplicate files back to the net storage, start disk checks, send logoff messages to people on the network, or what you would like.
Software is perfect for any Windows user or network administrator who wants to ensure that users properly log off of the network and some necessary operations are executed. Examples of such operations might be backup of important data, deletion of unnecessary temporary files, synchronization of data with mobile systems, and many others. The program is indispensable in a corporate environment, providing, as it does the assurance of uniformity of logoff or shutdown of systems without user-attention.
Tool is highly configurable and makes it possible to execute before closing Windows the some operations. Read John's Sheesley (techrepublic.com) article about this software.
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