troubleshooting Question

'script' session logging in Linux, have to exit twice, need to exit once

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I am using "script" to capture sessions on my Linux hosts.  I added the following lines to /etc/profile and it works fine, but when the user types <exit>, it only stops the script session, and they are still logged in and essentially can do anything without session logging.   I need to figure out how to end the script session and kill their ssh session at the same time.
dte=`date +%Y_%m_%d_%H_%M`
 
script -q  /var/log/telnet/$dte-syslog01.$USER
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