Do you know of any specific rights that users in a OU need to have in order to run logoff scripts? I have an executable that checks if the user left any removable media and alerts the user. This executable runs if set on the local GPO but not the one on the OU.
I would check event logs to determine what is happening here. I suspect there is some permissions problem, but can't really be sure. Logon and Logoff scripts run in the users' context; so, users need to be able to run the executables that are called by the script. I am not sure why it would work as a LOCAL GPO, but not as a GPO linked to the OU.
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