Logon Scripts problem when it authenticate with bdc in 2000 mixed mode env


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Ahmed

Hi

We were having 2 bdc and 1 pdc for our domain .After
upgrading pdc to windows 2000 ad .Some of the clients not
all which is authenticating from any bdc they r not
running logon scripts. when i checked throuhh nltest
utility these effecting clints get authentication from
bdc .But when i remove the cables of bdc same problem
client authenticate with UPGRADED DOMAIN CONTROLLER and
runs scripts also . I dont know whe this behaviour is
there if somebody can give me clue.
 
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Cary Shultz [A.D. MVP]

Ahmed,

What OS are the clients running? What type of logon script are you running
( .bat, .cmd, .vbs )?

Cary
 
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Cary Shultz [A.D. MVP]

Ahmed,

I should have included this question as well: are all of your clients
pointing to your Internal DNS Server? The only place for your ISP's DNS
information is in the forwarders tab.

Also, where is the logon script file physically located and do the users
have at least read access to that location?

HTH,

Cary
 
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Guest

I am using bat file in login scripts path .But if i remove the cable of my bdc scripts runs fine.I am using local dns & wins

----- Cary Shultz [A.D. MVP] wrote: ----

Ahmed

I should have included this question as well: are all of your client
pointing to your Internal DNS Server? The only place for your ISP's DN
information is in the forwarders tab

Also, where is the logon script file physically located and do the user
have at least read access to that location

HTH

Car
 
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Guest

We are using bat file for our logon scripts and is located in netlogon folder of WIN2K Domain controller and and bdc whic is running fine from bigning .this behavior is changed after upgrading pdc to active directory with 1 bdc still running in nt 4.0 mode.We have local dns and wins server runing and not isp dns
 

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