logon script cannot be access through GPO editor

By robert.roper ·
I have a Windows Server 2003 R2 set up as domain controller. I created a login script which runs fine, but am unable to edit the file through the GPO unless logged into the Administrator account. My normal login is Domain Admin and I tried adding my account to every group that Administrator belongs to. It appears the the SYSVOL share is set up properly and I am able to edit the file if I browse to it through explorer. Also, I can get to "Show Files" in the GPO so I believe it is linked properly, but trying edit it causes the "Windows cannot access the specified ... you may not have the appropriate permissions..." message. Any ideas out there?

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by robert.roper In reply to logon script cannot be ac ...

Fixed by a change of settings on Internet Explorer

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What did you do?

by Deaco In reply to Resolved

I'm having the same problem. How did you fix it through IE?

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Enable running of files

by robert.roper In reply to What did you do?

I set the Security option of Launching applications and unsafe files to Prompt (default is disabled).

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did it work for you?

by bruce.hahn In reply to What did you do?

Deaco did it work for you? I'm having the same problem as well
but the IE fix did not work. Did you find a fix


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