Users as local admins for logon script?
I have a query from our senior tech.
When he setup the system he had to create domain users as a local administrator on a machine so that the logon and postlogon script would run. He said that any other configuration would prevent the logon scripts coming up when someone logs onto the machine.
a. Does this sound right? &
b. Is there another way around this.
I apologise for the ignorance (if any) but my knowledge is mainly with setting home networks for people and I am on a very steep learning curve with running a larger network. The senior tech is on a contract basis and we get him out whenever there is a problem that I can't resolve. Fortunately the system is fairly reliable so I don't see him much;-)