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Termination Scripts

Termination scripting is analogous to the Logon Scripting except it is executed when the SSH2/Telnet session is terminated. The commands within the file cleanup.bat are invoked upon termination of a SSH2/Telnet session. This is invoked with both normal and abnormal terminations. Cleanup scripting is available on both a global and per user basis as with Logon Scripting.

NOTE: No applications that require user input are allowed in the cleanup scripts.

It is especially useful for properly un-mapping network connections such as drives. If you do not un-map drives when terminating the session you may be unable to connect to them the next time you logon. The cleanup.bat file allows automatic un-mapping of drives upon termination of the telnet session.

Example - Termination Script: Cleanup.bat file unmapping the “f” network drive

The system administrator has setup user “Adam’s” logon script to map drive “f” as a network drive. In user “Adam’s” cleanup.bat script the system administrator will un-map the drive when the session is terminated.

  • Step 1. Create directory
    • c:\gs_uts\scripts\Adam
  • Step 2. Create batch file cleanup.bat
  • Step 3. Add the following line.
    • net use f: /d
  • Step 4. Save file and exit.

This will un-map the f drive after the session is terminated.

NOTE: Please see the section on logon scripting to determine the location for the cleanup script files.

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