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W2K Professional Don´t load Logon Scripts at first time

Posted on 2005-03-10
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Hi all,

I got a W2K Pro running on a domain, everyuser that logs-on run a script that map drives and give the permissions to the users, but there a specific computer (recently installed) that when you turn it on, and do the logon it won´t run any script, if you logoff and logon again, it goes without problems.

I´ve already checked the network cable, everything is working at 100Mbps, already tryed to reinstall the NIC driver, remove and add the computer from the domain, but still no sucess....

Does anyone know any idea about how to solve that?

PS: The system is updated (all patches are apllied eveyday), and the hardware seems to be okay: PIV, 256mb, 40Gb Harddisk


Thx for any help
Allan Martins
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by:Nirmal Sharma
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Is this computer configured to use DNS server?
And also how are you assigning Login Scripts ? using Group Policy ?
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SYstm,

Yeah, the computer has a DNS configured and we´re using Group Policy.

We got a folder with scripts (all .bat extension) and we set them to each user on the Active Directory.
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by:AllanMartins
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I´ve solved the trouble by updating the Network Driver.

Thanks everyone for the help

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