vbs login script not executed on Win2k8 server

Discussion in 'Scripting' started by Bonno Bloksma, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. Hi,

    I have several Windows XP Pro, Windows 2003 server (32-bit and 64-bit) machines.
    All execute the vbs login scripts without any problem.
    The script is in SYSVOL\Domain\Policies\{number}\User\Scripts\Logon as name.vbs
    In the policy it is activated as a user logoin script

    On my Windows 2008 x64 servers this script does NOT execute. The server is a member server of the
    domain, the user is a member of the domain.
    The homedirectory does come up but that is in the profile, not via a script.

    Why does my vbs login script not work on Windows 2008 x64 servers? I've tested it on both servers
    now.
    When I manualy start the script all mappings come up perfectly.

    Bonno Bloksma
     
    Bonno Bloksma, Aug 7, 2009
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  2. Try putting this *batch* file into the same location as your script file:
    @echo off
    echo %date% %time% %UserName% >> c:\test.txt

    If you get the expected result in c:\test.txt then you have a problem with
    your script - let's have a look at it!

    If you don't get anything in c:\test.txt then you placed your file into the
    wrong location or you did not reference it correctly in your user profile.
     
    Pegasus [MVP], Aug 7, 2009
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  3. Bonno Bloksma

    \Rems Guest

    A server can allow non-admins to logon. Non-admin users are by default not
    allowed to create or modify files in the sytem root, therefore I would
    suggest the test batch creates a folder first or use the user's tmp-folder to
    write the test textfile to.

    A reason why the logon script does not run could have something to do with
    zone security on the member server. Try adding your domain.local to the
    "Local Intranet zone" (i.e. via Internet Explorer) on the member server.

    \Rems
     
    \Rems, Aug 8, 2009
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