I am trying to create a script to move computer accounts to different OUs\nbased on the AD site. I found a script that I am adapting for this purpose,\nand the script functions by running dsmove.exe from\n\\domain\sysvol\domain\scripts. Our domain name is tvusd.k12.ca.us (school\ndistrict). For some reason I cannot run dsmove.exe from there on any machine\nI've tried; however, I *can* launch another test executable. Here's an\nexample (I get the same results from any system I test on, server or\nworkstation):\n\nFrom a cmd prompt:\n\\tvusd.k12.ca.us\sysvol\tvusd.k12.ca.us\scripts\tcpview.exe\nResult: SysInternals TCPView launches.\n\nFrom a cmd prompt: \\tvusd.k12.ca.us\sysvol\tvusd.k12.ca.us\scripts\dsmove.exe\nResult: no output, just goes to a new prompt.\nExpected: With no options, dsmove.exe should provide a help screen. If I\ncopy it local and run it I get the expected behavior.\n\nWhy can't I run this program from the scripts directory when accessing via\nthe domain name? Is there a better way to do this via a script than running\ndsmove?