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Windows 2008 Server: Login Script

Hi,

1)      This is related to the Login Script
2)      The OS for the Domain Controller is Windows 2008 server
3)      The login scrip’s name is Login.bat which contains as the followings:

REM @echo off

Net use Y: \\Bobafilesrv\Marketing

Net use W: \\Bobafilesrv\Accounting

Net use P: \\Bobafilesrv\Public

:end

I go to the Domain Controller
- Go to C:\Windows\Sysvol\Domain\Scripts folder
- I put the Login.bat at the above Scripts folder
- I click Refresh at the Domain Controller

The problem that I have:
-      When I login at the Workstation (XP or 7), as the permitted users, I DID NOT see the Y: drive, W: drive and P: drive

However, When I copied the Login.bat file to the Workstation (XP or 7) and execute it there; I can see all the network drives (Y: drive, W: drive and P: drive)

Is there any setting that I should ENABLE or CONFIGURE at the Windows 2008 (as the Domain Controller)?

Thanks,
tjie
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DaveCommented:
you need to set the logon script in the users Active Directory settings on the profile page.
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tjieAuthor Commented:
Do you mean that I have to setup the login script one by one per user?
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DaveCommented:
Well either that, or use a group policy and set up the script in there.
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