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Login Scripts Stopped Working

Posted on 2013-12-02
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Our login in scripts stopped working they are in the sysvol under scripts and if you click on them manually the will work but the batch file is not running when a user logins in.  in ad under the user it has the correct script name but I think there might be a issue under group policy.  Under the login scripts for default domain policy it has name and parameters which both are blank but if you hit the show file button it shows the script files please help me
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by:Ahmed786
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GPupdate /force is working on affected machine ?

If above command is working fine and still your group policy is not working for what you are looking for then it is not capturing that policy.

please let us know the above results first.

also let us know whether this is happening on machines or some ? (including server )
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by:cameljoe121
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No trying to update the group policy seems to have no effect I took a screen shot of what I am seeing that maybe it might shed some light on the gp
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Please attach the screen shot of GPupdate /force

I just need to check the result what you get while running that.

Also let me know whether group policy is not working on single machine or on all the machines.

Any other policies is working except the one you are facing ?
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by:cameljoe121
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Under the scripts button if i click add the scripts will run but they are running for different users and not creating the correct shortcuts.  Is there a general command to reference the correct ones
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Can you please check my above comment and update that please ?

you mean to say logon script is working for some users and not working for others, am i right ?

then you have to check above command on affected user and give me a screen shot.
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