Logon Script - Windows 2000

Posted on 2006-03-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
I need help stopping a logon script, more so, not sure were it is being executed from.  I edited (remarked all statements) the login.bat file I have on c:\winnt\sysvol\sysvol\domain\scripts, and the scripts still executes.  I also checked the Group Policy Windows Settings Scripts (Logon/Logoff) and there are no files there.  The problem I am having is that, map drives are still executed.  I also have my antivirus (Trend Micro) install via this mystery script.

Where else can I check to see where the script is being executed from?



Question by:mmantecon
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    Accepted Solution

    There likely isn't just ONE group policy - you probably have server - did you check ALL group policies for scripts?  On a workstation that the script executes on, run GPRESULT and note the group policies applied - check each one.

    Also, how many DCs do you have - could be that the replication of the modified login.bat has not YET replicated.

    Author Comment


    OK.  Did a search for *.bat on the c:\ drive on found in:




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