I have a powershell script that creates an Outlook signature. It is applied via user-assigned GPO. All users are in the same OU, the group policy object is linked to that OU.
User Configuration (Enabled)hide Policieshide Windows Settingshide Scriptshide Logonhide For this GPO, Script order: Windows PowerShell scripts will run firstName Parameters SignatureUnifiedFull v2.ps1
It works flawlessly on Windows 10 devices, but windows 7 devices won't run it (even though it works when I run the script manually on the device).
I ran GPresult /R, and the policy did show up there...
Is there a difference in how windows 7 and 10 run their logon scripts?