Group policy login script and user profile login script

Group policy login script and user profile login script

Post by Adnank » Tue, 02 Jan 2007 07:41:13


I have a group policy on top of OU finance for drive mapping and
setting default printer but few users have default printer different
from defined at OU level, hence I have attached user profile login
script for those users but the nightmare is both of the scripts
executes same time and group policy login script undo the changes of
user profile login script.


And at the same time i dont want to seperate those users from OU as
they all belong to the same OU finance, is there anyway I can let wait
user login script wait until group policy login script finish ?????????

I have already activated "Run Scripts Synchronysly"

I was thinking that the hierachy would be like following :
1) Group Policy login script
2) User profile login script
3) Explorer


but user login script running first thus they are again getting
assigned the same printer like others.


I don't see a way to control it !!!!!!!
 
 
 

Group policy login script and user profile login script

Post by MPerraul » Wed, 03 Jan 2007 02:04:38


Adnank5,

This is a very common problem for most admins, login scripts get out
of control, and then windows limits what you can and want to do. There
is an application that is used by a lot of companies to help you
accomplish this, It is Desktop Authority from scriptlogic. It will
allow you to process settins for users how you want in a very granular
level. Here is the address:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

I hope this was a h

 
 
 

Group policy login script and user profile login script

Post by MPerraul » Wed, 03 Jan 2007 02:06:51


Adnank5,

This is a very common problem for most admins, login scripts get out
of control, and then windows limits what you can and want to do. There

is an application that is used by a lot of companies to help you
accomplish this, It is Desktop Authority from scriptlogic. It will
allow you to process settins for users how you want in a very granular
level.

Here is the address:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/


I hope this was a help.

Michael P. Perrault
MCSE, CCNA, A+, MBA
Senior Systems Engineer,
ScriptLogic Corporation

XXXX@XXXXX.COM
www.scriptlogic.com