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Warren, Scott got back with me and corrected what I said!! He meant for me to create a file in /etc called rc.local and then within that file put the /bin/sleep 10 command. Edits made to the /etc/rc file that is already there could get erased with a software update down the road. I haven't tested this way with making the /etc/rc.local file, I already pushed out a new rc file to our labs, but will probably test the other way with the rc.local file and push it out monday and I recommend that way as well so you don't get hit later on with an update. Here is what I am planning now: touch /etc/rc.local chown root:wheel /etc/rc.local chmod 644 /etc/rc.local Then for the contents of the rc.local file simply will be: #!/bin/sh /bin/sleep 10 exit 0 That will hopefully work ok, and I'll push it out using ARD 3 after I test it on a few machines first. Thanks, Dan Ball Pittsburgh Technical Institute _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Client-management mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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