Logon Scripts

Discussion in 'Server Setup' started by TCS, Jun 15, 2009.

  1. TCS

    TCS Guest

    I'm not quite sure that this belongs in this group, so please bear
    with me.

    We run Server 2003, SP2. We have two (2) Domain Controllers ( DCs ),
    approx two (2) dozen plus VMware servers, and a couple more pysical
    servers besides our DCs. We use Backup Exec v12.5 to back up our

    Last week I had occasion to...ahhh...fix an error I had made. I went
    to my backups, and restored BOTH DCs to a different location. I
    wanted to retrieve all my logon scripts.

    Imagine my surprise, when my backups retrieved...NOTHING. Well, okay,
    techically not nothing. I mean it appears that everything on both DCs
    did restore. Everything EXCEPT my logon scripts. In fact, the SYSVOL
    folder is the last folder/file down the tree that did restore.
    Anything BELOW SYSVOL, nada, zip, zilch. So...

    Now I'm trying to determine if this is normal, or I have some sort of
    problem that I need to fix.

    ( I currently can't get onto Symantec's forums, as I have in the past,
    so I don't know what they [would] say about this. )

    Is it 'normal' that I cannot back up my logon scripts, so that any
    restore won't get them? Or do you think that I have a Backup Exec

    Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks in advance,

    TCS, Jun 15, 2009
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  2. Hello TCS,

    If you make a full server backup or at least the system state it should include
    of course the complete sysvol folders with content. SO maybe it is within
    BE. Use ntbackup to have a system state backup and see what it contains after

    Best regards

    Meinolf Weber
    Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS], Jun 16, 2009
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