Access Denied, Error 800A0046

I am trying to map a couple of printers with a log in script. The script works under an administrative account, but will not run under a regular user account. Each time it is run, an 800a0046 "Access Denied" message is displayed. Local Group Policy is used to run the script at log on. Everyone has full control access to the script file in C:\Windows\System32\GroupPolicy\User\Logon. I have added "Everyone" to the user right for loading and unloading device drivers in the local GPO, with no change. This also worked on a separate machine without any errors. Both machines run Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64.

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Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderAsked:
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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderAuthor Commented:
That's right. It looks like I may not have rights to the printer on the print server.
Skyler KincaidNetwork/Systems EngineerCommented:
That would be the first place to check. If it is a domain environment you should use Group Policy to install the printers because you can manage it much easier.

You need to set the permissions on the script and also the printers. A good test would be to see if you can browse to your print server from one of the users accounts and install the printer. Or you can just do \\servername\printername which will attempt to connect and install the printer.

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Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderAuthor Commented:
It was access rights, which I did not have at the time.
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