I am having a weird intermittent issue for only some users. I have a logon script that maps shared drives and issues a diisclaimer everytime the user logs on to a machine. The problem lately is that the logon script will not run for the user so we get a help desk call. When one of the help desk techs log on to the machine the script then comes up. The tech then logs off and the user will log back in and they will get the logon script. I am at wits end with this issue. Any help would be appreciated. It has happend on both Windows XP and Vista 64.
Sorry, The user is on the same wire as the DC and they are not at a remote site. They are using a Windows Vista 64bit machine to log into the domain. We do allow cahed credential logins. I have two users that have the same issue one is on a Windows XP and one on Windows Vista 64bit.
Here is a breakdown of exactly what happens: 1. The user logs into thier machine and they notice that none of thier drives are mapped. 2. THey call the helpdesk. 3. A technicain with Domain Admin rights uses the SET command to identify which domain controller is authinticating the user. 4. The technician then logs the user out and logs back into the machine and typed the SET command to check the domain controller that is authentication the user. It is the same domain controller as before.The login scrip workes fine and maps the drives. 5. The user is then asked to log into the machine and walla the scrip runs fine.