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login script on terminal server 2000

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I have win2000 server running terminal services.  It is an a workgroup byitself.  I need to run a login script to map a few drives on another server.  I set my user account to user this login.bat when I log on to the terminal server.  But for some reason the script doesn't seem to run when I log in.

If I manually run the login.bat, it will map the drives for me.  I'm curious if the login.bat needs to be in a certain folder for terminal server?

Currrenlty it is in c:\winnt\system32\login.bat

this is the login.bat

net use s: \\sql1\forms
net use r: \\sql2\reports

any suggestions
sopheak
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You cannot force a login script on users unless you are also using AD.  What you can do is add a registry key or a batch file to all users, startup that runs the batch file.
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thanks, that was it.
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