Utility tool for Logon script

In a windows 2000 active directory environment, is there a tool that can be run to display the users logon script,   ex   from a cmd prompt <appname> /logonscriptname.bat  and it would display all users who are using that particular logon script.

I am trying to convert everyone over to a new logon scipt, and just need to see who has and who has not yet been switched over.

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- Can you go to a command prompt and type "net user TheUsersUsernameHere /domain" (without the quotes). It would then tell you what logon script a user is using.
- Now you can simply map a drive to \\YourDCsName\%SystemRoot%\SYSVOL\sysvol\<YourDomainName>\Policies\GUID\User\Scripts\Logon , see the logon script and its contents

It doesnt use a app, just two commands... would something like this work for you ?

Easiest thing to do would be to write a VBScript that queries AD through ADSI and reports those who are using what login script.  You could then parse that data to obtain the list of who needs switched over.  For that matter - you could even have the script change it for everyone....
Get Hyena from http://www.systemtools.com/

Right click on "YourDomain->All Users" select "Tabular Views->Users(Detailed - General)"

On the righ side panel click on "Script" tab It will sort the output for you and you can easy selec users
with old login script

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AMWINSAuthor Commented:
That worked BEAutifully.

Exactly what I needed.

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