I have some users which have a container and an include login script.
none of of then contain a mapping to a sys: volume but the user seems to
get a mapping of the sys: volume of his login server. the mapping
changes if i change the entry for the first network drive in the client

i creatded some "write" entries and added "map display on" commands to
trace the login sequence but i connot locate the mapping.
only the resuming part at the end of the procedure shows the drive mapping.

Drive F: = S01_SYS.Server.: \
Drive H: = s01_home.Server.:pub\user_1 \
Drive I: = s01_home.Server.:pub \
Drive J: = s01_home.Server.: \
----- Search Drives -----
S1: = C:\WINDOWS\system32
S3: = C:\WINDOWS\system32\WBEM
S4: = C:\WINDOWS\system32\nls
S5: = C:\WINDOWS\system32\nls\English

it looks like executing a part of a default_login.
is there a command to suppress this ?