How do I tell from which domain controller the lopgonscript ran?

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    Dear All,

    We start to deploy RODCs at one of our clients and in the pilot we’ve discovered, that even though the LOGONSERVER is the local RODC, the general logonscript runs from a remote writeable DC. We can see this on the logonscreen, as the general logonscript shows its status. Now I suspect, that this might be due to the fact that most of our DCs are still Windows 2003 and the forest/domain level is also Windows 2003 (see the Known RODC issues page from Technet) The well-known KB944043 has been deployed on all Windows 2003 domain controllers and XP client PCs. Now we plan to set up a test user that would only have a very basic logonscript to see if that would run from the local RODC. How could we track from which DC this basic logonscript runs? Thanks in advance!

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