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GPO and start up scripts

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Hi

I know this is silly but can somone confirm when GPO "startup" scripts run.

I have a few issues and Im doubting myself when defined scrips run.

Nytram
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Well - they run on startup....

If you are interested in the order (as in does it run after Preferences or before Software installation), see here:

http://automatedoutofajob.blogspot.com/search?q=processing
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OK,

Little more detail... There not runing on start up as the pcs use the user account to authenticate to the net work and there on fast login.. I know GPO's take hold by default every 90 mins but does the gpo startup script also run..?
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No. It only runs when a machine starts up.
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Move computer and user object in same OU, where you applied this GPO. Test again.
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