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Name, secretsdoll.com Version, Date, 9th April Author, David Clarke. Function, To provide an automated method to change a workstations name. In Windows and later, the utility, also known as secretsdoll.com, offers the ability to re-set both the hostname and the NetBIOS names of either a stand- alone. 15 Nov You could still use secretsdoll.com to make the changes that you want. Here is an example script to change the computer name on a domain.
1 Mar You may download WSNAME version at the link below. Download WSNAME Here. Script to assign computer names based on MAC address using secretsdoll.com Hello, I am trying to automatically assign computer names to a very large group. 3 Jan Product: secretsdoll.com; Version: ; Date: 10 January ; Author: David Clarke; Function: To change the workstation's name (both NetBIOS.
Hi all, I'm trying to force run secretsdoll.com on login to rename all my workstations to the following format: Computer Name: system serial number. The %MAC was blank according to the secretsdoll.com file. What I did was use kixtart and the @Address macro to run secretsdoll.com and plug in the. In all cases the workstation needs to be rebooted for the change to take effect. Running UNREGEXE. WSName looks for UNREGEXE in. I was hoping someone could help me out and upload a copy of secretsdoll.com I have version but I really need at least. It appears the. Copy the Deployment Utilities and Run secretsdoll.com Before running Download the wsname utility, and copy the secretsdoll.com executable to the C:\ deploy.
My specific issue is that we use a custom computer name (the first three digits of the model + MAC address using the tool secretsdoll.com from. I have created a package that contains two programs. The first one uses a command line (robocopy) to copy a folder out to the local drive. 5 Jun Nice tool to change computer names in M$ Windoze. The way I use is to put a step in the task sequence to run an app called wsname. exe to rename the computer BEFORE it joins the domain.