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GPO logon Script has not yet been executed

I have VB logon Script that maps network drives and printers. I run it manually with out any issues. But once I put in a GPO, from gpresult /v I get "This Script has not yet been executed." I try put it in a bat file same thing occurs.
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mailtosinghsCommented:
did you restart the computer after applying gpo

run "gpupdate /force /boot"
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Ahmed Abdel SalamCommented:
on the clients run gpupdate /force then restart the pc
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yipingAuthor Commented:
try that already, i forgot to mention that this is a terminal Server and we are running mandotry profile. It seem to be once the man profile was put in place that GPO stop functioning.
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amajidkhCommented:
What does it show in the event viewer, of the terminal server/ DC

http://www.gpanswers.com/community/viewtopic.php?p=3007&
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amajidkhCommented:
you might find a solution in this. Issue is definately with mandatory and gpo atthe same time:

http://www.msfn.org/board/lofiversion/index.php/t49867.html 
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amajidkhCommented:
We actually use a full thin client environment and lock down our terminal server via GPOs and do not use any sort of profiles. You might want to check out the following articles as it may help:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/techinfo/overview/lockdown.mspx
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Ron MalmsteadInformation Services ManagerCommented:
Just put the script in the xxxxx.man\start menu\programs\startup folder.  Make it read only...and make it so users don't have permissions to write/delete it..
..and be done with it.
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yipingAuthor Commented:
GPO + Man Profiles just don't work
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