How to modify NWSCRIPT.EXE? (NT 4.0 Workstation on Novell Netware 3.12)

Could somebody please tell me how I can view or edit the commands that are executed by NWSCRIPT.EXE when I logon on to my NT workstation 4.0?  I am connected to a Novell Netware LAN ver 3.12.

     I also have another problem with NWSCRIPT.EXE:  It does not execute each time I boot my computer.  Do you have any thoughts on that?

Thanks,
Bernie.
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jmj050997Commented:
1) Map a drive to YOUR_NOVELL_SERVER_312\SYS:
2) cd public
3) edit net$log.dat

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bconnorsAuthor Commented:
Thanks jmj, your answer is right on the money, but I still have the problem that it does not execute each time I boot my NT workststion.  Where is the setting that activates the execution of NWSCRIPT.EXE?  Is it:

Conttrol Panel > CSNW > Run Login Script ??


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