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How to auto-load SUST command?

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I would like to automatically assign a folder to a virtual drive when Win2k starts using the SUBST command.  I note that Win2k does not have a LOAD or RUN command like Win98.  How do I do this?

If this could be done with a scrip in Group Policy, how would a script be written?

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Hi,

Open MMC, in Local Computer Policy - Computer Configuration - Windows Settings - Scripts - Startup, create new *.bat file containing what you need to set (for example: SUBST M: C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32) and click OK.

The script should be run every time the system startup.

Or Add the *.bat file to Startup Folder of All Users' profile dir.

Hope this help.
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Excellent!  Thankyou
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