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  • login script dos'nt work when user login

    hi

    i'm trying to map drives for whoever logs on.

    filename: logon.bat

    i put it on the netlogon folder (\\sysvol\sysvol\(domain_name)\script)
    and i put the name of the bach in the user login script

    but nothing happand when the user log in..

    i chack the batch and it work fine when i try it on my computer

    thanks
    eyal

  • #2
    Authenticating again a different Active Directrory Server which hasn't replicated the logon script yet??

    funny enought I am just messing around with the same thing but mine works fine (After Replication)

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    • #3
      Try using \\dc\netlogon for ease. Then they should be replicated to all dc's. In the logon script name in AD just put the name of the login script, not the full address.
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      • #4
        is the only server on my network

        this domain is the only domain in the forest

        and still is not working

        what can i do accept group polacy
        ?

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        • #5
          Check the event log of the client PC for any errors.
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          • #6
            Check that spelling and punctuation are correct and identical. Some ID 10 T I know very well called the script logon.bat and put login.bat in the user's account. I have also seen a comma used instead of a full stop and this is hard to see on a small screen/high res monitor.
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