Server 2008 Domain Startup/Logon - Shutdown/Logoff Script Problem...

I am trying to edit vbs startup/shutdown scripts under a server 2008 domain. I have located what I thought were the actual scripts, but, although I have edited them, no changes have applied to the way the scripts load when  a user logs in or logs of. The primary problem with the scripts is that they are programmed to open mappings to directories and printers on a system that no longer exist. I am attempting to remap the scripts to the correct machine and directories. Unfortunately, when the scripts run they continue to show the old mappings. I don't know why my changes to the logon do no take affect. I seem to be missing a step somewhere or there is/are secondary scripts that I am not aware of. Help!
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Are you editing the scripts located at \\server\netlogon  ?

Do you have more than one domain controller?

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primeradminAuthor Commented:
Resolved. There are two domain controllers. The script under netlogon for the second dc was updated and now it works correctly. Guess I have to remember to update both dc netlogons.
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