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Windows 7: My VBS login script kept failing

01 Nov 2012   #1

Windows 7 64bit
My VBS login script kept failing

Okay, here's my VBS login script for using SELECT CASE to set default printer.
    CASE "user1"
        WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter HP4100
    CASE "user2"
        WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter HP4250N1
    CASE "user3"
        WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter HP4250N2
    CASE "user4"
        WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter HP4250N5
    CASE "user5" OR "user6" OR "user7"
        WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter HP4250N6
        Wscript.Echo usrName & " in printer #6"
    CASE "user8" OR "user9"
        WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter HPCol3600
    CASE "user10" OR "user11"
        WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter HP4250N4
    CASE "user12"
        'user12 uses her local printer so there is no need to set default network printer
        WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter XR5550
        Wscript.Echo usrName & " in default printer"
The problem is, user13 kept defaulting to HP4250N6 instead of the XR5550 printer. I did the Wscript.Echo and it even showed the user13 pass through into this CASE which is NOT correct. Will someone show me what's wrong with my code? Thanks!

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