You don't "log to putty", you login to a system using putty as a ssh client (or telnet as it has this as well). And, you can't do anything on a system without logging in with adequate authentication info, which in turn might be sth like a single sign-in or domain auth. setup, though.
What you could do is assign a script or a macro to a "hot key" in putty that would do all this for you.
Unless you are on a *nix like machine, or windows within a cygwin, you wont be able to run the shell script.
You upload the shell script first to the *nix machine.
Then you call your bat file, which calls putty.
But give putty some more args, like -e /remote/path/to/script.
See putty /help for more details (if its -e as well) about execute a command.
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