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Run VBScript on logoff? Server 2008


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#1 mattbirk

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 07:00 PM

I have been trying to run a VBScript on logoff, it is to run SyncToy 2.1 to backup their PST file to their network drive. The script works just fine, when I double click it when I am logged in it does what it's supposed to do, but just cannot get it to run and I have it setup in Group Policy, but I guess not correctly. In Group Policy Management, I set the default domain policy by going to User Policies>Windows Settings>Scripts(Logon/logoff) and pointed it to the VBScript. I tried without adding anything for the parameters when asked, and also added the -R parameter since that is run in the script, but no luck. I have also added domain users to the security filers to the GPO applies to them...

Any suggestions or ideas?

EDIT: Script is below, which was downloaded from the SyncToy from Microsoft website, and like I said works fine when manually executed.

strJobName = "outlook_express"
strCommandLine = chr(34) & "c:\Program Files\SyncToy 2.1\SyncToyCmd.exe" & chr(34) & " -R" & chr(34) & strJobName
Set objWshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
objWshShell.Exec(strCommandLine)

Edited by mattbirk, 23 November 2011 - 07:18 PM.


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