A property of a User object or container object, which you can use to automatically set up users' workstation environments. A login script works similarly to a batch file. Each time a user logs in, the login scripts will execute, setting up frequently used drive mappings, capturing the workstation's printer port to a network print queue, displaying connection information or messages on the screen, or doing other types of tasks for the user. System login scripts (also called container login scripts), which are properties of containers, execute for all users in that container. Profile login scripts are properties of Profile objects, which contain a list of any users for which you want to have this particular login script run. Profile login scripts, which are optional, execute after the system login script. User login scripts are properties of individual users, and they execute after the profile and system login scripts.
A list of commands that are executed when a user logs in to the network. These commands establish a user's network environment. Three different login scripts can be executed when a user logs in: one from the user's immediate container object, one from a Profile object (if specified for the user), and one from the User object itself.