This is my current login script, my workstation is using Windows 2000.

MAP *1:=SYS:
;MAP F:=SYS:
MAP ROOT INS S1:=SYS:PUBLIC
MAP ROOT INS S2:=SYS:PUBLIC\WIN32
;MAP INS S3:=C:\
;MAP INS S4:=C:\WINNT
;MAP INS S5:=C:\WINNT\SYSTEM
;MAP INS S6:=C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32
;MAP INS S7:=C:\NOVELL\

I changed the original line from MAP F:=SYS: to MAP *1:=SYS: Does it
matter which way I do that?

With Windows 98 I had to MAP C:\ and certain directories like this.

map ins s3:=c:\
map ins s4:=c:\windows
map ins s5:=c:\windows\command
map ins s6:=c:\novell\client32

Note! that I commented out the lines with my new script using Widows 2000.

;MAP INS S3:=C:\
;MAP INS S4:=C:\WINNT
;MAP INS S5:=C:\WINNT\SYSTEM
;MAP INS S6:=C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32
;MAP INS S7:=C:\NOVELL\

Should I MAP these or should I leave them commented out?

I was following suite with what was required with Windows 98 by Mapping
all of C:\ and the Windows, Windows\Command and Novell\client32 I had
serious issues which I don't recall right now when using Windows 98 and
not having those Drive MAPs in my login script.