If your Windows 2000 logon script runs synchronously, all child processes are stopped when the logon script ends.

To workaround this behavior, start the logon script asynchronously, or place the script in the users Startup folder. You can also assign all the scripts to the user, using HOW TO: Assign scripts in Windows 2000.

NOTE: See Overview of logon, logoff, startup, and shutdown scripts in Windows 2000.