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Want to remove Login script in sbs 2011

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We have a SBS 2011 server there we have a login script to map a drive to a old server, now we want to remove it because we dont use that server anymore. But I cant find the login script, I havent made it, where can I find it?
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Question by:Hocke_sweden
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by:EvilKnievel
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You can normally find it in the netlogon share on your SBS server (\\<servername>\netlogon)
If you open the properties of a user in AD, you can look at the 'profile' tab and see what is entered in the 'login script' field, so you can see which script is used exactly.
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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Have a look in your Group Policy: Admin  Tools> Group Policy.
Find a GPO with these settings:User>Policys>Windows Settings>Scripts: Show files
Will be something like:
\\xxx.local\sysvol\xxx.local\Policies\{6AC1786C-016F-11D2-945F-00C04fB984F9}\User\Scripts\Logon
Hope that helps,
Olaf
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by:Hocke_sweden
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There is nothing in SBS server (\\<servername>\netlogon)!
The users are not setup in the AD, they are only UAC and EMC!


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Then there must be a local login script on the pc's.
If you disconnect the network mapping to the old server, does it come back when you reboot the pc?
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by:Hocke_sweden
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It was a login script on every computer, thanks for the help!
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You're welcome, glad it worked out!
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