When users logs into any network PCs, the computer Accetable User Policy window dosent pop after DC and windows 7 migration


We migrated our DC from Windows 2008 to windows 2012 server and the Sysvol folder, where all the .vbs scripts are located.

Before the migration when students were logging into a XP computers ACCETABLE USER POLICY windows used to appear and this window had options to accept and decline the policy. When the students click the accept the policy the window closes and the user get logged in successfully.
But if the user declines the AUP the PC logs off the user.

Since after our DC migration to Windows 2012 and Windows7, when the student logs into any network PCs, they cannot see this AUP window popping up. It straight away loads the desktop.  

When I go to the students OU and there are 2 GPOs applied  to this OU.

The first GPO is called as AUP.
Under this GPO if I go to: User Configuration - Policies – Administrative Templates- System-
Double click Custom user Interface. This policy is enabled and the interface file name is
"C:\Program Files\StuAUP\ffaup.exe" http://www.school.co.uk/StudentAUP.htm

The Second GPO is called STUDENTS.
If I go this GPO and Under the User Configuration - Policies – Windows settings- Scripts-Logon
If I see the properties of a logon script- I can see Student.VBS applied here and the following lines which I have copied from the script, not sure what the script says.please post what the vbs script says.

' ===============================================================================
  WSHShell.Run ("\\domain.local\SYSVOL\domain.local\scripts\bginfo\bginfo.exe \\domain.local\SYSVOL\domain.local\scripts\bginfo\student.bgi /accepteula /timer:0 /silent")
' ===============================================================================
'                              END SET DESKTOP WALLPAPER
' ===============================================================================

I saw the permissions on the bginfo folder which is located in the sysvol folder  everyone is set for read and write .

This was set up by my predecessors when Windows 2008 were our DC. We also completely rebuilt our website during  to windows 2012 DC migration and there is no AUP on our new website,

When I click the below link it doesn’t open, So does this mean that the GPO is looking for StudentAUP.htm to display when a student logs in ?

Any help to trouble shoot the failing computer AUP, much appreciated. Or please let me know if there is a better way of implementing this.

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
you have diagnosed the problem exactly it requires the StudentAUP.htm to be available.
bginfo\student.bgi   all this does is set the wallpaper i.e. username, ip address, and so forth depending upon the student.bgi

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lianne143Author Commented:
I created a page on our website with the StudentAUP.htm. and still the AUP doesn't pop up when a student logs in, please can you help me to diagnose the problem.
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