default logoin script fro ad

Posted on 2009-04-22
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where is this located. Thanks
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Darius Ghassem earned 2000 total points
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This is located in the Netlogon folder.

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Well ... *which* "default" login script?
If you mean the standard login script as already present in NT4, that you can define in the user's properties in ADUC: that would be the netlogon share, usually in C:\Windows\Sysvol\sysvol\ad.domain.local\scripts, or through the netlogon share: %logonservver%\netlogon
But since AD, logon scripts can be defined in policies as well, in which case they can reside virtually anywhere in the network. You'll have to use gpresult.exe, rsop.msc, or the report features of the GPMC to find out if and which logon scripts are assigned to a user through a GPO.

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