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"No access" when trying to run vbscript from share at logon.

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Hello!

I am trying to run the audit.vbs from my fileshare when users logon the domain.

I have implemented the vbscript in the netlogon.bat file, but when it comes to the script it just exits with the message "No access".

When manually trying the same script from the share it works.

What can I do to make it run?

audit software:
open audit
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Question by:karlen
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torque_200bc earned 2000 total points
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If you are in a domain, you better use a GPO.
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by:Mattrw
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Hi,

Are you calling the VB script from within your netlogon.bat file?
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by:karlen
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torque_200bc:
I tried the group polices now and somehow it only runs when we login to one of the other servers.

Mattrw:
Yes, I am trying to call it from within the netlogon.bat

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by:karlen
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I seems that the group polices tips worked after all.

Thanks!
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