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How do I setup a login script for a sub OU in Active Directory?

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I need to create a user login script for sub OU in Active Directory.   I want my users to have a home folder and some shared drives mapped when they login.   My organization does not make use of the Profile in the users' property.  I am looking into Back Policy Processing but so far have not seen a way to configure a user login script.
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You should be able to create a new Group Policy Object on the Sub OU.  Edit the Group Policy, expand User Configuration - Windows Settings.  Click Scripts (logon/Logoff), Double click 'Logon' and then add the logon script.
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If the users are in a specific group, you can ermove the Auth Users from the GPO, and add that group. The GPO will only be applied to that group as they are the only users that have Read/Apply policy rights.
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