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Scriptlogic dose not run logging with Wireless network

Posted on 2009-04-05
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We are using Scriptlogic for automatically mapping network drives for users in our network.
It works fine for users connecting via physical lan cable.

But when wireless users login to thr network , scriptlogic does not run and no mappings for the network drives.

FYI, we are using Radius server authentication for uor wireless users.I guess that might be the issue with wireless users, since it authenticates users after they have a digital certificate installed in their machine,it checks the domain credentials and then release IP..

Is there a way, we can deploy scriptlogin for wireless users as well..
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Sounds like the clients arent waiting for the network at logon, which is part of XP's Fast Login Optimization feature, which is enabled by default....

Description of the Windows XP Professional Fast Logon Optimization ...
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305293

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