Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" From: windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto: windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bill Beckett Posted At: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 1:56 PM Posted To: Windows 2000 Conversation: [windows2000] Kix Subject: [windows2000] Kix Completely new to kix but I am doing some testing at the moment. I have a W2K terminal server in a 2000 domain. The terminal server box is located in a separate OU called Terminal Servers. I have a GPO called Terminal Server policy linked to this GPO. I ahve loopback processing turned on. I am creating a simple logon script for the Terminal Server Policy. I have the script name set to kix32.exe and the script parameters as the kix logon script (tslogon.kix). The problem is that it appears that the script is not being run, none of the drives are being mapped. However, if I run the script manually from a command prompt it does run. Do I have the script parameters set up incorrectly? You need to put the kix32.exe into a batch file. Example. Create Kix32.bat Inside have "kix32.exe tslogon.kix" In your user profile, point to the Kix32.bat file. Bat file should be in the netlogon directory.
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