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if "only allow certain applications" is actived in gpo, there are no batch-files running afer logon. which application should i add to get this running

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i activated in my gpo the point "only allow certain applications". there are inserted a few apps (winword, explorer, cmd). But i need a script running at logon (not at startup). So if i activate this certain gpo setting, my script doesn´t start. If i deactivate this setting, the script runs without any problem. Which application have to add at the gpo to get my script running ?
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cmd.exe for batch files
powershell.exe for .ps1 files
wscript.exe cscript.exe for .vbs files
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i didn´t want to allow cmd.exe. But i could forbit cmd by gpo and also add it to allwed applications in gpo -> user gets message that cmd isn´t allowed to use and he cant use it, but logoff scripts works fine
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