I have several Windows Server 2003 Environments I administer. These are separate disparate domains with their own structures and policies. I generalize as much as possible when I administer these environments, so I have a suite of general scripts I dump into a network share on each server that is in the same location, regardless of domain.
I use Group Policy to assign that script to each workstation, but since it is the same set of directories regardless of server I can just dump a file across the board to get the same changes across multiple domains.
Under Windows XP, this works fine, scripts run with no problems from directories other then the NETLOGON share.
Now we are migrating to Windows 7, and I find that scripts no longer execute from any other share than the NETLOGON share.
Is there something I am missing, or is there a setting I can configure in Group Policy that will allow these Windows 7 workstations to execute their scripts outside the NETLOGON Share?
I am not able to update our servers to Server 2008 at this time, this is strictly a Windows 7 upgrade for the workstations.