Logoff Windows to Bootpicker
We have bootcamped our new iMacs.
Now we need to have XP restarting when the user selects logoff.
I have followed the following directions
Configuring Windows to reboot on logout
Fundamental to the utility of BootPicker is getting a machine to always return to the BootPicker screen when a user is finished using Mac OS X or Windows. Many labs maintain a policy that users must log off of the computer before leaving to protect their data and identity. By enforcing this type of policy, lab managers can leverage this opportunity to reboot Windows to Mac OS X.
To reboot Windows at log off time, do the following:
1. Create a plain text file named "logoff-restart.cmd" with the contents "shutdown -r -f -t 0". Save it to the Desktop (for now).
2. Choose "Run" from the Start menu, type "gpedit.msc" and hit return.
3. Navigate to User Configuration > Windows Settings > Scripts
4. Double-click on the "Logoff" item in the pane on the right.
5. Click the "Add..." button, then click the "Browse" button.
6. Drag the logoff-restart.cmd file into the Browse window. That should copy the file to C:\WINDOWS\system32\Group Policy\User\Scripts\Logoff.
7. Select the logoff-restart file in the browse window and click "Open". Click "OK" to dismiss the "Add a script" window.
8. Click "Apply", then click "OK". Log off to test that the script applied.
The script works fine if i run it manually. However, when i log a user off it just flashes up 'Running logoff scripts' and doesn't reboot, it just logs off as usual.
Any ideas? I've also gave "Force shutdown from a remote system" access to 'INTERACTIVE' as suggested in another forum.
So, the script works fine, the local GPO doesn't want to run it despite it apparantly trying...