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Logon Script woes

By Artrius ·
Hi.

I wrote a logon script to synchronize all of the system clocks win our network with our server. When I run the script from the machine, it works wonderfully. However, when I put it in the profile of the user, it doesnt' always run it. It seems to run about 20 percent of the time; this however is not exact. I heard that this could have something to do with an "AT command" (???). Please help if you can.

Thank you very much,
Ron

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by josjea In reply to Logon Script woes

Usually the Domain Users do not have the right to change the time on thier workstations. This may be your problem. Check in the user manager if the users have rights to change the system time. AT is just a scheduling utility for Windows NT. You also might just want to impliment the Windows NT Time Service instead.

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by Artrius In reply to Logon Script woes

These are not NT workstations, and they are able to change the time. We are running an NT server and win98/2000 workstations. How can I use that service that you mentioned?

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Ron

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by Artrius In reply to Logon Script woes

Ok, I figured it out. The problem was that I did not put the logon script on the BDCs. When I did, everything went well. Thanks for the help!

Ron

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