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Windows NT Login Scripts

By ashodges ·
It seems that my PDC is no longer recognizing that my users have individual CAL's. I say this for 2 reasons:
1) License Manager is stating that all users are unauthorized.

2) None of my login scripts are running. The currently reside in %SYSTEMROOT%\SYSTEM32\REPL\IMPORT\SCRIPTS.

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by dheupel In reply to Windows NT Login Scripts

If you have BDCs on your network, you need to put the scripts in the ..\EXPORT\SCRIPTS folder as well, so they will replicate from the PDC to the BDCs. Also, make sure the Replication Service is running on your PDC and that it is replicating properly to your BDCs. If you find no problems there, you might want to demote your PDC, and promote a BDC, only temporarily so your users can authenticate, while you figure out what service or process is locking the file in question.

Good luck.

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by ashodges In reply to Windows NT Login Scripts

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by JKrowiak In reply to Windows NT Login Scripts

Also, check the error logs for replication errors. I was getting errors replicating, and the reason was that I had a shortcut to the export/scripts on my desktop. For some reason, this killed the replication process. I deleted the shortcut, and everything worked.

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by ashodges In reply to Windows NT Login Scripts

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by Lintadsl In reply to Windows NT Login Scripts

And make sure you put login script in your Domain controller. Your login script should be under winnt\system32\repl\import\scripts

Good luck.

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by ashodges In reply to Windows NT Login Scripts

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by jwildwind In reply to Windows NT Login Scripts

On the licensing side of the fence...
If you're using "Per Server" you may have hit your limit.
If you are using "Per Seat" you could increase the number of licenses and/or delete users listed in license manager that no longer exist. Seems Microsoft chews-up a license for just about everything. If 7 people have logged into one workstation, that uses 7 licenses. If you've logged into 40 workstations as administrator, there's another 40.... and so on and so on... Hope this helps.

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