|Subject:||can't access logon script using UNC path|
|Posted by:||Brandon McCombs (no…@none.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 03 Aug 2008|
I have a logon script defined in a group policy. It runs fine when I log
on to computers in the domain however, if I try to open the script or
run it from explorer by using GPO Mgmt snap-in to open the folder it is
in, I'm told that I either don't have the rights to access it or run it.
Why would it run just fine as my account during the logon sequence but
yet I can't even open the file (let alone run it) by opening the folder
it is in using Windows Explorer after I've logged in? No errors were
logged pertaining to trying to access the script file. This is insane.