However, sometimes the workstations will have the symptom and problem where login scripts are not running or not executing, even if the logon scripts have been properly assigned via Group Policy, and the VBScripts has been put in the correct path in domain controller (i.e.
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After that, go to Administrative Templates - Group Policy.
Enable (check the Enabled radio button) the Scripts policy processing, and then select the Allow processing across a slow network connection check box.
You can also modify the predefined settings for slow link connection for users, which apply to users regardless of which computer they log on.
The steps will be similar to the above, but instead of navigating to Computer Configuration, navigate to User Configuration instead.
n Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2003 Server, logon scripts can be assigned and deployed by Group Policy or Domain Group Policy with or without implementation of Active Directory.
Main advantage of using the Group Policy to enforce logon scripts is that it will be easier when have to change the script name or add a new logon script.
In the end, I decided it belonged here because of the fact that most aspects of it revolve around a domain ...
I've been asked to set up a user on our network with RDP access to a RDS server on a remote domain. The Script is embedded in GPO and runs when a user is logging into the domain.
I am reasonably unsure on where to put this entry into your excellent forum. In my organisation we have always prided ourselves in having Windows XP.