Small Business Server 2008 Logon Script

I am running SBS 2008 Standard edition. I created a logon script file in C:\Windows\sysvol\sysvol\domain.local\scripts. Then edited the file and put net use S: \\Server\S-Drive and saved it as logon.bat. From there I went into AD and edited each users profile by adding logon.bat to their logon script.

When I logon as a user I do not see the S-Drive that I created unless I manually run a script,
so there is something wrong with my logon script file. Any ideas on what I'm doing wrong?
D_HarderAsked:
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D_HarderAuthor Commented:
Unfortunately no, I have already viewed this article and it doesn’t talk about adding scripts to users profiles.
Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Hi,

You need to place your batch file in the NETLOGON folder.

Once again check:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/SBS_Small_Business_Server/Q_24355618.html

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D_HarderAuthor Commented:
I checked that location and it is already there, I looked at the file and everything is correct.
Cris HannaSr IT Support EngineerCommented:
If the only thing this script is intended to do is to map network drives this is now done using Group Policy Preferences instead of Logon Scripts.
Insure that you have the client side (appropriate to the OS of the workstations) group policy extension updates installed on each workstation.
The following explains how to setup the Mapped Drives in the Group Policy Management Console
http://blogs.technet.com/askds/archive/2009/01/07/using-group-policy-preferences-to-map-drives-based-on-group-membership.aspx 
D_HarderAuthor Commented:
logon.bat was logon.bat.bat when you ran it. I adjusted it to logon.bat and everything is working fine.
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