Logon script not updating
For example, if the Logon or Logoff script writes to a log file, the group “Domain Users” should be given read/write access to the file or the folder where the log file is located.Most users have limited privileges on the local computer, so Logon and Logoff scripts will have the same limited privileges.♦ What I like to do when troubleshooting is keep halving the search area until I see the problem.The way I narrow the search area is to ask a series of questions, for example, is the error a syntax error or a logical error. 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.In the end, the changed has forced our hand, and we have decided to enter the scary world of Windows 7. I have a Windows 2008 DC with a logon script in the default policy.This script has been tested and works if executed manually for admins and users.
The first is done on the Profile tab of the user properties dialog in the Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC). This is why for most scenarios, using GPOs is more useful than doing it the old fashioned way, through ADUC.As a side note, Startup and Shutdown scripts run with the credentials of the computer object.It is recommended that the “Domain Computers” group shall be given permission to any resources used by the Startup or Shutdown scripts.What we need is a check list, a progression of practical tasks.Where possible, each task or test should divide the search area in half.