Want to remove Login script in sbs 2011

We have a SBS 2011 server there we have a login script to map a drive to a old server, now we want to remove it because we dont use that server anymore. But I cant find the login script, I havent made it, where can I find it?
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EvilKnievelConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Then there must be a local login script on the pc's.
If you disconnect the network mapping to the old server, does it come back when you reboot the pc?
You can normally find it in the netlogon share on your SBS server (\\<servername>\netlogon)
If you open the properties of a user in AD, you can look at the 'profile' tab and see what is entered in the 'login script' field, so you can see which script is used exactly.
Olaf De CeusterCommented:
Have a look in your Group Policy: Admin  Tools> Group Policy.
Find a GPO with these settings:User>Policys>Windows Settings>Scripts: Show files
Will be something like:
Hope that helps,
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Hocke_swedenAuthor Commented:
There is nothing in SBS server (\\<servername>\netlogon)!
The users are not setup in the AD, they are only UAC and EMC!

Any more tips?
Hocke_swedenAuthor Commented:
It was a login script on every computer, thanks for the help!
You're welcome, glad it worked out!
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