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Logon scripts do not run for five minutes after a user logs on to a Windows 8.1-based computer

2016-06-28 · Posted in Active Directory

If you want the logon scripts to run at user logon without any delay, you should configure the setting to Disabled:

Computer Configuration\ Administrative Templates\ System\ Group Policy: Configure Logon Script Delay -> Disabled

Конфигурация компьютера\ Административные шаблоны\ Система\ Групповые политики\ Настроить задержку сценария входа -> поставить значение 0 (отключить).

If you want to change the time that the Group Policy client waits until it runs the logon scripts, you can set the time in minutes:

Computer Configuration\ Administrative Templates\ System\ Group Policy: Configure Logon Script Delay ==> Enabled

Then, in the options section, set minute to the desired value. The maximum value that you can enter is 1,000 minutes.

After you set the policy to Enabled and set the time in minutes, the Group Policy client waits for the specified time before it runs logon scripts at user logon. If you enter the time in minutes as zero (0), the setting is disabled, and the Group Policy client runs the logon scripts at user logon without any delay.

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