Close batch script 5 seconds after last command?

Hi  currently have the following batch script runnign on log-on:
(see code)

I want to be able to pause the window for a set of time before it closes after the log-on sequence. Is this possible? Will I have to call in another type of script?

For example, I want the window to close about 5 seconds after "Logon Complete!!" - just enough time to display the message to users.

Thanks
Matt

title Logging you on to the domain
@echo off
@COLOR 3e
mode con:cols=80 lines=60
echo ******************************************************
echo Please Wait....                                    
ECHO Personal Settings Are being Applied to %username%  
ECHO You are currently connected to %computername%      
echo ******************************************************
echo.
echo.
echo Identifying and connecting your network drives
echo.
echo.
call \\server\netlogon\mapdrives.bat
echo Downloading your desktop icons.....
echo.
echo.
echo Downloading your Internet Favourites.....
echo.
echo.
echo Logon Complete!!

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questionCommented:
you can add a command in the last line where you need a wait.
sleep 5
thats what i would use on my batch files to give a pause of specified time.
note:
  sleep.exe is not available by default and is a part of the resource tools
you need to download from the
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9d467a69-57ff-4ae7-96ee-b18c4790cffd&displaylang=en
questionCommented:
Just to add the command is
      sleep      time-to-sleep-in-seconds

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joshlunsfordCommented:
Easiest way without installing extra software is just to ping localhost
ping -n 10 127.0.0.1 > nul

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