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XP clients in an NT domain

By MikeLazz ·
I recently set up an NT domain with all XP clients, but i cannot get the clients to run the login scripts. I have checked the permissions in the Netlogon folder and have verified that the script will run if i go through explorer. The group policies are also not working. Please help.

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by akalinowski In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

did you type in the script name in the path?
also did you put a read only copy on the netlogon share on your DC?

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by rgun2515 In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

How many AD controllers do you have? Do you have the files on both servers in the correct folder? Also, did you add the filename "logonscript.bat" to the users properties on the DC.

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by rgun2515 In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

How many AD controllers do you have? Do you have the files on both servers in the correct folder? Also, did you add the filename "logonscript.bat" to the users properties on the DC.

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

Is this a NT4 Domain Controller or a Window 2000/2003 domain? Scripts work differently depending on the domain.

In a 2000/3 domain you can run scripts via Group Policy via AD Users and Computers snap in.

For NT4 domains, you have to use the Policy Editor to create a domain policy to specify desktop settings or use the Profile tab for each user to specify which script to run!

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

Is this a NT4 Domain Controller or a Window 2000/2003 domain? Scripts work differently depending on the domain.

In a 2000/3 domain you can run scripts via Group Policy via AD Users and Computers snap in.

For NT4 domains, you have to use the Policy Editor to create a domain policy to specify desktop settings or use the Profile tab for each user to specify which script to run!

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

Is this a NT4 Domain Controller or a Window 2000/2003 domain? Scripts work differently depending on the domain.

In a 2000/3 domain you can run scripts via Group Policy via AD Users and Computers snap in.

For NT4 domains, you have to use the Policy Editor to create a domain policy to specify desktop settings or use the Profile tab for each user to specify which script to run!

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

Is this a NT4 Domain Controller or a Window 2000/2003 domain? Scripts work differently depending on the domain.

In a 2000/3 domain you can run scripts via Group Policy via AD Users and Computers snap in.

For NT4 domains, you have to use the Policy Editor to create a domain policy to specify desktop settings or use the Profile tab for each user to specify which script to run!

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

Is this a NT4 Domain Controller or a Window 2000/2003 domain? Scripts work differently depending on the domain.

In a 2000/3 domain you can run scripts via Group Policy via AD Users and Computers snap in.

For NT4 domains, you have to use the Policy Editor to create a domain policy to specify desktop settings or use the Profile tab for each user to specify which script to run!

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

Is this a NT4 Domain Controller or a Window 2000/2003 domain? Scripts work differently depending on the domain.

In a 2000/3 domain you can run scripts via Group Policy via AD Users and Computers snap in.

For NT4 domains, you have to use the Policy Editor to create a domain policy to specify desktop settings or use the Profile tab for each user to specify which script to run!

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to XP clients in an NT domai ...

Is this a NT4 Domain Controller or a Window 2000/2003 domain? Scripts work differently depending on the domain.

In a 2000/3 domain you can run scripts via Group Policy via AD Users and Computers snap in.

For NT4 domains, you have to use the Policy Editor to create a domain policy to specify desktop settings or use the Profile tab for each user to specify which script to run!

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