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    Lost my permission to edit scripts in SYSVOL

    So, when I access \\server\sysvol\domain\scripts I can create, copy, delete and rename the scripts but I cant run or edit. I get the following error -

    sysvolerror.JPG

    I have checked permissions and they all seem correct, what do you think is up?

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    I had this when trying to edit things on the sysvol through the unc rather then the file system. Turned out to be internet explorer permissions.

    Adding the server names to the internet explorer trusted zone list fixed the problem I believe.

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    Yep as above, running through command line would work too (to run).

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    No Way!! Cant believe it was that simple, thanks both of you

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