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Old 05-15-2007, 07:55 PM   #1
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Clients do not run netlogon scripts after wake-up from hibernation

I have the following setup:

Samba PDC running on Fedora 6 box and several laptops running Win XP Pro connected to the domain.

When a laptop boots up, everything works. It authenticates from the server and a netlogon script is evoked on the client computer. However, if the laptop goes to hibernation and then it is woken up, even though Windows asks for login information, the netlogon script is not run anymore. Could somebody help figure out how this can be changed? Basically, I want to have netlogon scripts to be run even after the client wakes up from hibernation.


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