Group Policy Logon Script to Map Printer Not Running

I have written a basic VBS script to map a printer and created a GPO attached the a computer OU, with the script defined under User>Windows Settings>Scripts>Logon.

After a GPupdate of the computer in the OU, the policy is visable under GPresult but doesn't run at logon. Under rsop.msc the script is not shown.

We are running Server 2003 DCs with Win XP Clients

The script is:
"
' Printers.vbs - Windows Logon Script.
Set objNetwork = CreateObject("WScript.Network")
objNetwork.AddWindowsPrinterConnection "\\server\printer"

"

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slavetononeCommented:
Have you tried to force the gpupdate on any of the computers listed in tour computer OU to see if it can grab it manually?
HelpDeskECAuthor Commented:
Hello,

I have tried the GPupdate /force command but with no success
Justin EllenbeckerIT DirectorCommented:
You have the settings defined for users, but because you have it linked to computers turn loopback processing on in the GPO.

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Justin EllenbeckerIT DirectorCommented:
Here is the MS KB about it:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/231287

"You can use the Group Policy loopback feature to apply Group Policy Objects (GPOs) that depend only on which computer the user logs on to."
HelpDeskECAuthor Commented:
When turning loopback on, the script run and maps the printer correctly!... but it locks down even domain admin accounts to one of a restircted user, as definded in other policies - no cmd ect.

Is there anyway around this?

Justin EllenbeckerIT DirectorCommented:
You can block the policies from being applied to Domain Admin accounts

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816100

We do this on all of our terminal servers because we get the same issues as you describe other wise.  That KB article will walk you through blocking a policy from applying to certain users or groups.
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