Part of the our login script copies a folder located on a share on the %logonserver% server and copies it down to the end users desktop. The copy is working fine. One of the files is the folder share is a shortcut that points it back to the logonscript. The file is called "re-login". The user could run this if for some reason their drive mappings did not map, as that is part of the logon script.
On 3% of our computers it is changing the target file from C:\Windows\system32\wscrip
.vbs to C:\WINNT\system32\wscript.
When the user tries to run the shortcut it tells them that it is an invalid directory as C:\WINNT does not exist on their computer.
I understand that WINNT used to be the system root directory on computers with windows version < 2000. This is not the case as all of our computers are windows 7. When I check SET at the command prompt it gives me the proper variables for windir and systemroot.
The problem is intermittent on 3% of our computers and hard to reproduce. I would like to understand why this is happening as it is working correctly on all of our other computers.