We need to run a .vbs script before a user logs in, when the workstation is sitting at the login screen.

We've created a NAL app to run the vbs with the Run Options > "Force run as user if app is workstation associated" option enabled and force-run associated it to the workstation but it does not run, a user must login for the app to run. I've been told that in the past we've been able to run apps this way though they likely were not vbs scripts.

The script itself creates a log file on the server which contains the date/time and hostname of the workstation. Public has RWCEMF rights to the directory on the server. Eventually what we want to do is check whether a memory dump exists on D:\ and log to the file on the server so we can retrieve the dump.

Any thoughts on running the script without a user environment?