Logon script for Vista64 workstation, Server 2003 32-bit

We just got a new workstation at my office with Vista Ultimate 64-bit (ordered it before Windows 7 came out). I set up the machine to connect to our office domain on our server, which runs Windows Server 2003 32-bit. All other machines in our office run either XP Pro 32-bit or Vista 32-bit.

The problem is that when logging onto the 64-bit machine, it seems that the logon script does not run, which maps all our network drives. I can map the drives manually, but that's what the logon script is there for, so I don't have to do it manually.

I checked the profile for the user name on the Server, and the logon script is there. But when logging onto the domain on that Vista 64 workstation with that user name, no drives are mapped.

Are there any known problems with a logon script on a 32-bit server running on a 64-bit workstation?
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  1. Nevermind, seems I put in a capitalized user name instead of the correct lowercase user name on the domain server. As such I was logging into a local account instead of the domain account.
  2. PatrickGSR94 said:
    Nevermind, seems I put in a capitalized user name instead of the correct lowercase user name on the domain server. As such I was logging into a local account instead of the domain account.


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