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    VB Script and our server

    Any reason why we cannot get VB Scripts to run as a log on script on our server?

    We have entered the path to AD but it just doesn't want to run on logon.

    The script is definately stored in the NETLOGON folder!

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    Try removing Internet Explorer Enhanced Security from Add/Remove programs. This will prevent scripts being run from from network paths.

    If you don't want to do this you'll have to use Group Policy to add your servers to Local Intranet zones in IE. Add the UNC path (\\servername) in:

    User Config - Windows Settings - Internet Explorer Maintenance - Security zones and Content ratings - Local intranet

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