If you implemented tip 120, you can cause your Windows 95 client's DOS Prompt to open at the %HOMEDRIVE%\ as follows:

1. Logon to a Windows 95 machine and modify the DOS Prompt shortcut in %windir%\Start Menu\Programs to a have Working: of %HOMEDRIVE%\

2. copy the shortcut to the NETLOGON share as W95 (it will automatically use a .PIF extension).

3. In your logon script, shell a batch file for Windows 95 clients only that copies the W95.PIF to the client. Here is the batch file:

del "%windir%\Start Menu\programs\MS-DOS Prompt.pif"
del "%USERPROFILE%\Start Menu\programs\MS-DOS Prompt.pif"
del "%windir%\profiles\%USERNAME%\Start Menu\programs\MS-DOS Prompt.pif"
Copy %LOGONSERVER%\NETLOGON\W95.PIF "%windir%\Start Menu\programs\MS-DOS Prompt.pif"
Copy %LOGONSERVER%\NETLOGON\W95.PIF "%USERPROFILE%\Start Menu\programs\MS-DOS Prompt.pif"
Copy %LOGONSERVER%\NETLOGON\W95.PIF "%windir%\profiles\%USERNAME%\Start Menu\programs\MS-DOS Prompt.pif"
EXIT