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Creating Login Script in Windows 2003 Server

By Tommy3kGT ·
I have Windows 2003 Server as my Accounting Domain. I'm tryin to create a login script. But I can't seem to find the windows\sysvol\domain\script folder... Am I missing something?

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How are you applying the script?

by Churdoo In reply to Creating Login Script in ...

with GP or in the ADUC user properties?

If ADUC user properties, just go to \\<DCservername>\netlogon and place the scripts there (this should actually correspond to \windows\sysvol\sysvol\<yourdomain>\scripts).

For GP applied scripts, use the policy editor to place the files in the proper location. These are also buried in the sysvol hierarchy but the path can get hairy.

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Creating Login Script in Windows 2003 Server

by tvanhorn27 In reply to Creating Login Script in ...

Hello make sure you are on the domain control when you are trying to find the sysvol folder.

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