I have tried and tried to get a power scheme script to work. I can't even seem to get a logon script to run at all.
this is a sample batch file that i have changed but to no avail:
net use x: \\doman_DNS_name\netlogon
powercfg.exe /change "always on" /monitor-timeout-ac 20
powercfg.exe /SETACTIVE "always on"
net use x: /delete
I am relatively new at working with active directory but I believe I have a pretty good understanding of how it works. I created OU with the group and users that I wanted the script to run on and linked the GPO to it. Didn't work. Also tried just using the Script path to no success either. So I am not really sure if something is wrong with the batch file or if something is not set in AD to allow the script to run. I am at a loss and need help. Thank you in advance
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