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Windows script execution issue on a MAGSm360 SSL VPN connection

Windows script execution issue on a MAGSm360 SSL VPN connection

Windows script execution issue on a MAGSm360 SSL VPN connection


We are trying one of these out and are having a strange problem. When we try to authenticate to the box we are able to, but the windws script that we have setup to setup our network drives and such will not kick off. We have the path to it entered in the confgiuration under Windws:Session Start script.

We do notice that when we initiate a "Test Configuration" for our AD server that we get an error stating the the server is either not a domain controller or not a LDAP server. We have checked the Juniper forums and they say that is a normal message and should be ignored. Are we missing something?

May be the wrong forum for this piece of my question but is there a way to check the logs on the AD server to see if it's rejecting the requests to kick off that script?

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