New GPO shows "Reason Denied Empty" ?

New GPO shows "Reason Denied Empty" ?
I am trying to create a logon script and link it to a GPO so that evertime a user logs into specific systems the BGInfo template will update on the desktop.  I have created a batch file with the following contents,

ECHO ON
\\DC2\netlogon\bginfo\BGinfo.exe /Timer:0 /NOLICPROMPT  \\DC2\netlogon\bginfo\BGINFO_SERVER.bgi

When i double ckik the bat file it works fine.

I then created a test OU and created a GPO.  I went to the lUser congig-windows settings-scripts-logon and browsed for the .bat file.  However, when i run a test or use the RSOP it keeps telling me the Denied because GPO is empty.  

What am i missing here?

thanks.
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
YankeeFan03,

try running this as a startup script instead, or put the script under the users account

Regards,

James
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YankeeFan03Author Commented:
how would i implement that?  i have always used the logon logoff settings.
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
http://ms.helifan.net/technet/archive/community/columns/tips/2kscript.mspx?mfr=true

:)

or put the scipt in the users logon script field under the account properties
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YankeeFan03Author Commented:
i placed it in the startup section but the RSOP still shows denied because empty.
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
What was the end result
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