I have a VBS login script that works fine in Terminal Services 2003 server and also on the desktops connecting to Active Directory. However, when a user connects to the Windows 2008 Terminal Server or Remote Desktop Services, the login script does not execute. Other observations:
- If you navigate to the Login Script location, and execute it manually, it works fine.
- The script is launched via group policy
- This seems to have happened ever since day 1 of installing RDS 2008
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