Netlogon folder remains open from startup?

In a NT domain with 2008 Server as DC and mostly Windows XP as domain clients. I had added a logon.bat to a user's profile in AD. Then no longer needed it, so removed from profile and deleted actual .bat file from the DC's \\localhost\sysvol\<domain>\scripts folder. Now when that user logs on (typical domain user but local admin rights) the \\<domain>\netlogon folder appears and just remains open, so the user has to manually close it. The folder is empty. How can I fix this? Thx.
xav1963Asked:
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JHallidayChief Technical OfficerCommented:
What happens if you put an empty file called logon.bat in the Netlogon directory ?
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xav1963Author Commented:
Tried that.... no change...
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JHallidayChief Technical OfficerCommented:
it may sound trivial but can you send me a screenshot ?
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xav1963Author Commented:
If I don't go see the client today, I'll go early next week and get it then....thanks for help...
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JHallidayChief Technical OfficerCommented:
No problem :)
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xav1963Author Commented:
will try again later for answer and get screenshot....thx...
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