I am new to group policy, so there might be something simple that I'm missing here.
I've created a policy at the User configuration level which calls a VBScript that pushes out a customized hosts file to all users in a particular Organizational Unit. It works fine with Admin Users, but doesn't work with Non-Admin Users.
I have changed the setting under the User Configuration as opposed to the Computer Configuration because I want users to have access to the customized hosts file on whatever computer they log into. Different departments in the organization use separate hosts files.
User configuration-> Windows Settings-> Scripts (Logon/Logoff) - > Logon ... [Run VBS file]
Note: I can't edit a hosts file manually using notepad when log on as a non-admin user. So I guess what I'm asking is if there is a way to get around this permissions issue with Group Policy.