Logon scripts have been used widely to help maintain a consistent environment for users to automate drive mappings, printer mappings, environment variables, application settings, and even software deployment. Management of these scripts often becomes daunting. If logon scripts are important to your infrastructure, ScriptLogic from ScriptLogic Corp. could help you centrally manage your scripts while offering additional features not provided by traditional BAT or CMD files.
ScriptLogic invokes the scripts it manages after the user has logged in to the operating system and after user profiles and system policies get applied, as long as SLOGIC.bat is set as the login script name for the user. In fact, the SLOGIC.bat script is the heart of the entire process, initiating the inner workings of the application. First, SLOGIC.bat performs a check to ensure that everything is set up correctly, downloads appropriate information to the client if required, and then loads the main executable SLSTART.exe. Next, SLSTART.exe performs some additional verification and hands control over to the SLENGINE.dll, which is responsible for reading and executing administrator-configured settings and scripts. ScriptLogic uses KiXtart, which is an enhanced scripting language and processing engine supporting Windows 95 and later.
Read the full Review of ScriptLogic by Windows Server System Magazine