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I'm trying to map a root drive for all PCs to the user's home drive.

Win2k clients work okay - they map to \\dataserver\users\%username%

I know this won't work for Win9x/NT clients.  I just installed KixStart 4 but can't make the drive mapping work.  Here is the syntax being used:

$PathToShares = "\\inet410\users\"
  $user = @USERID
  USE G: /DELETE /PERSISTENT
  USE G: $PathToShares + $user

A plain USE g: "\\inet410\users"  works just fine, but I want to go one level deeper.
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Try adding a share to the specific user folder. I believe Win9x/NT only maps as deep as a share, and not subfolders in a share.
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by:Simonv
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Hi lsnyder,

I use a batchfile login script as i had the same problem would that be any use to you? let me know and i can help with the script!

;o)
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by:stevenlewis
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>but I want to go one level deeper
did you share the folder one level deeper?
you must share this folder too, in order to map to it
you can only map to a share, if the filder one level down is not shared you can't map to it
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