Show logon script

XP clients on Server 2008 Domain:
Is there a GPO setting that will show the logon script when logging on to a client PC?
stevedoucetteAsked:
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angel_fire2701Commented:
Not that I know of, but if your trying to find out what policies are being applied to the computer you can run a gpresult on it, depending on the OS you may need to use the /r switch.
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treepioCommented:
Computer configuration / Administrative Template / System / Scripts
There is an option to run scripts visible - Is this set to enabled?
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JHallidayChief Technical OfficerCommented:
treepio isn't that for just showing the computer and user scripts not the logon script ?
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treepioCommented:
http://computingtech.blogspot.com/2008/06/windows-server-2008-domain-group-policy_28.html

"Run logoff scripts visible" indicates whether the actions and results of the logoff script's execution should be displayed to the user.
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