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why am i not getting any network resources when logging into my domain

Posted on 2008-06-13
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i can add my workstation to the domain, however, once i log into the domain for the first time, i cannot get any drive mappins or printers. NOW, if i browse out to the sysvol folder and double click on our .vbs login script, the drive mapping and printers show up. if i reboot the workstation and log on the machine as the same person, i get the drive mappings. its only when i log on as a new user. please advise?
btw, we have 3 domain controllers if this helps.
thanks
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It sometimes takes a couple of reboots for login scripts to fully populate with new boxes and accounts...expecially if you are pushing via GPO sometimes it takes two time for the machine to get policies.
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ive tried numerous times with different log ins and still nothing.
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Are you using GPO's for this or logon scripts?
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using logon scripts. vbs to be exact
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