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Copying scripts to the netlogon share

Posted on 2010-09-14
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Hi guys hope you are all well.
We have an AD 2003  forest with multiple domains.
We have domain A with approximately 50 domain controllers.
What I want to know, is this.
I want to copy around 20 logon scripts from domain B to domain A.
Is there a "master" role that a specific domain controller has that copies all logon scripts from its netlogon share to other domain controllers netlogon share in the replication process?
Or, do i just copy the logon scripts to any domain controllers' netlogon share and wait until replication has completed?
I basically want to know if there is a preferred domain controller I should use to copy the scripts to.

Thanks in advance.
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Hi There,

You can place it in to any of the domain controllers NETLOGON shares and it will replicate to all other DC's.

Thanks

Russ

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by:Simon336697
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Hi Russ,
Thanks for that.
I just wanted to clarify that there is no "master/authoritative" domain controller that I should copy them to.
Thanks for that.
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by:Mike Kline
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Every DC is a "master"....multimaster replication.   So as long as your replication is healthy any DC is fine.

Thanks

Mike
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And this is a great way to discover if there's something wrong with your AD replication :-)
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Thanks guys.
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