Terminal Server Scrips

Bit of an odd one...

Have a 2003 TS which we have 3x scripts (batch files) within GPO under user confir - logon that map drives, clea our outlook temp files and configure a 3rd party applciation (quoet a few lines of code).
The problem is with regard the 3rd party application throuwing up an error message after the user logs onto windows and then the app iteslf.  The 3rd party Co. said its a sort of network fault...
The problem had seemed intermittant but we have managed to get to a point where its only appearing on the users machines over a ver slow connection - adsl, and more often if the user fails to log off the session but close the RDP session at the top of the screen.  We suspect the later is causing the script to not load correctly or a temp file causing the problem.

So, is there a way to ensure the scripts load on startup over slow connections.
Show the desktop once the scripts have loaded.
Clear the session down (possibly wont help) as if the user has logged off and not disconnected.

note, we will be going 2008 r2 TS soon.

thx
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used the slow connection policy...
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