I just assumed a new network and have a question about the login script.
Right now when users log in they run a script called login.bat seen below Fig 1. It seems to then call the bat file SBS_LOGIN_SCRIPT. SBS_LOGIN_SCRIPT. It is seen in Fig 2
That bat file points to a client directory; that directory seems like a default windows directory.
REM **** Map Network Drives
net use u: \\Servername\users
net use s: \\Servername\shared
net use m: \\Servername\mis
net use q: \\Servername\acctg
net use x: \\Servername\hr
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