How to evaluate for computer OU membership in Logon Script

We are currently using Windows Scripting Host for our logon scripts with great success.  However, I have a unique situation with certain users.  Our environment is Windows 2003 Terminal Services in a Windows 2000 Native network.

All of our terminal servers are in a security group called TSFarm01.  I need to be able to check if a user is logging onto a computer in that security group to determine what icons to place on their desktop.  What I need is the exact syntax for a WSH .vbs file to determine the computer security group membership that the user is logging into.
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Try this:

-- script start --

Const TSFARM01 = "cn=TSFarm01"

Set wshNetwork = CreateObject("WScript.Network")
Set ADSysInfo = CreateObject("ADSystemInfo")
Set CurrentComputer = GetObject("LDAP://" & ADSysInfo.ComputerName)
if isarray(CurrentComputer.MemberOf) then
  strGroups = LCase(Join(CurrentComputer.MemberOf))
  strGroups = LCase(CurrentComputer.MemberOf)
end if

If InStr(strGroups, TSFARM01) Then
  'computer belongs to TSFarm01 group, do what you need to
End If

-- script end --

hope this helps

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charlesejonesAuthor Commented:
Excellent!  Thanks so much!
This script does not work for me.. The strGroup variable remains empty when running.

Any ideas or diffrent solution?
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