Windows Server 2012 Thread, User Profile Logon Script not applying in Technical; Hi,
Having trouble getting a user profile logon script (set in AD user properties) called 'unitofsound.bat' to apply after creating ...
23rd January 2014, 11:29 AM #1
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User Profile Logon Script not applying
Having trouble getting a user profile logon script (set in AD user properties) called 'unitofsound.bat' to apply after creating an application whitelist with GPO.
I have found if I set 'User Config-> Policies-> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Software Restriction Policies -> Security levels ->' to Unrestricted unitofsound.bat will successfully map the network drive with drive letter 'P'.
If I set 'User Config-> Policies-> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Software Restriction Policies -> Security levels ->' to Disallowed, nothing seems to happen.
The batch file resides in '\\woodside.local\sysvol\woodside.local\scripts\un itofsound.bat'. I have attached a screenshot of additional rules:
What am I missing here? Would be grateful for any help
Last edited by ajstan; 23rd January 2014 at 04:25 PM.
24th January 2014, 09:32 AM #2
28th January 2014, 05:01 PM #3
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IF you have UAC enabled on workstations drive mapping via script can be a tad ropey to say the least.
If all the script does is map a drive, I would suggest that you do it with a Group Policy Preference instead, it can then be targeted in all sorts of fun ways.
Also if you put the script in the user account, I would suggest that putting the path may involve \\woodside.local\netlogon or %logonserver%\NETLOGON as that is the legacy default path to the location you have said the script is in.
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