Where are logon scripts stored locally?

Local logon scripts must be stored in a shared folder that uses the share name of Netlogon, or be stored in subfolders of the Netlogon folder. The default location for local logon scripts is the Systemroot\System32\Repl\Imports\Scripts folder.

Where are logon scripts stored Server 2008?

Logon scripts are generally stored on the domain controller in the Netlogon share, which is located at %systemroot%\System32\Repl\Imports\Scripts folder. Once this script is placed in the Netlogon share, it will automatically replicate to all domain controllers in the domain.

How do I run a logon script manually?

Running a Global Logon Script

  1. From the Webspace Admin Console, in the server tree, select the desired server from the list.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Host Options.
  3. Click the Session Startup tab.
  4. Select the Global check box.
  5. In the field next to the check box, specify the path of the global script file.
  6. Click OK.

How to set up a logon script in Windows Server?

If you choose to apply the script ONLY to a SPECIFIC SET of users, you must place all the users in one OU (Organization Unit) in Active Directory Users and Computers, and link the GPO to that OU. In order to assign the GPO and edit it, we’ll use a tool called Group Policy Management console, or GPMC in short.

Where are the logon and logoff scripts located?

Open the Local Group Policy Editor. In the console tree, click Scripts (Logon/Logoff). The path is User Configuration\\Windows Settings\\Scripts (Logon/Logoff). In the results pane, double-click Logoff.

Where to find logon script in domain tree?

Expand the domain tree, locate the OU where the user is located. Right-click the user object, select Properties. In the Profile tab, locate the Logon Script box. In the Logon Script box type the name of the script from step #2.

Is there a default path for logon script?

According to my testing, the logon script configured under user profile tab of ADUC that will not be executed in the following path, unless you are using logon script in the GPO. I suggest you try to use default script path and check if the issue can be resolved.