Hey, Scripting Guy! In the past, I worked at a company that had an impressive logon script. It was written in VBScript and consumed more than 5, lines of code — I am not joking here, it was more than 5, lines long. I no longer work for that company, but I am certain that if it were converted to Windows PowerShell, it would not be nearly that long.
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You are completely free to choose any scripting language for your login script Keep in mind, however, that login scripts tend to be long-lived: they may survive multiple OS and hardware updates in your domain. Batch commands are often broken in OS updates. This makes batch files less suitable candidates for login script. Many companies do use a batch file as their login script, but in most cases this batch file serves only as a "wrapper" to start he "real" login script, e.
If you are a network administrator then a login script can be a very useful tool. You will have provided your users with various network drives, printers and other resources and a script can ensure that they connect to them in a controlled manner. There will be consistency across all users and machines. If you need to change those letter and locations, you can do so in one location, meaning that you don't have to visit every machine. Login scripts can be also be used on your local machine.