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Old 12-10-2006
Adrian Marsh (NNTP)
 

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Vista and SBS2003
Anyone have a way of getting Vista and SBS2003 standard login scripts to
work ?
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Old 12-11-2006
Steve Foster [SBS MVP]
 

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Re: Vista and SBS2003
Adrian Marsh (NNTP) wrote:

>Anyone have a way of getting Vista and SBS2003 standard login scripts to
>work ?


What do you think is broken? A standard SBS login script requires
administrative privileges on the client, so will throw a UAC prompt. This
is expected behaviour, at least at the moment. There's an update in the
works for SBS to "improve" Vista client support.

I have several Vista machines running against SBS without any major
problems. I don't generally use the SBS Client Deployment tools though, so
I have amended my SBS login script to not run the Client Setup application
on Vista.

http://groups.google.com/group/micro...dca317d4cc83a6

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Old 12-12-2006
Adrian Marsh (NNTP)
 

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Re: Vista and SBS2003
Hi Steve,

Thanks for the reply. Its doing what I expected, but I need to make
sure that any scripts deployed by a valid source (eg logon scripts) are
run successfully.

I did hear about using a Shim (or a shiv?) to tell Vista to run the
logon script with UAC privs, but I've not found any useful info on how
to do this.

Adrian.

Steve Foster [SBS MVP] wrote:
> Adrian Marsh (NNTP) wrote:
>
>> Anyone have a way of getting Vista and SBS2003 standard login scripts to
>> work ?

>
> What do you think is broken? A standard SBS login script requires
> administrative privileges on the client, so will throw a UAC prompt.
> This is expected behaviour, at least at the moment. There's an update in
> the works for SBS to "improve" Vista client support.
>
> I have several Vista machines running against SBS without any major
> problems. I don't generally use the SBS Client Deployment tools though,
> so I have amended my SBS login script to not run the Client Setup
> application on Vista.
>
> http://groups.google.com/group/micro...dca317d4cc83a6
>
>

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