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How to add logon script in to netlogon folder

Posted on 2009-04-13
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Hi,

I have a logon.bat file which I want to place in the netlogon folder of my 2008 SBS server. I have the netlogon folder open \\server\netlogon and i am dragging it in but I don't have permission to to modify the folder contents. also i can't modify the netlogon security properties.

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Hiya Pablo.
How are you logging onto the SBS server? Are you logging on as the Administrator or are you using a normal user account?
You should use remote desktop and log in as the Administrator on the SBS server then you will have access to write to the netlogon folder, you can then give your normal user logon the right to write to the folder.

Hope that helps!
Jamal from www.Lucidica.com
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I was using a normal user with admin rights. I logged off and used the administrator account and I was able to gain access.

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