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Posted on 2004-10-12
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HI,

I setup a domain in win2003, with the path directed to the z://server/USERS$/%username%

so now, everytime user login to the domain, it has that z drive in "my compute"r.
I also want to do that, for my share folder, and other folders. How do I do that ?

thanks
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by:gunite
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You can set any computer to share a directory, then simply map the \\computername\share to any of the drives you want to exist..
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by:ellenthegal
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but I want to do it automatically.
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You do it through a login script. It is defined as Logon Script in the user's profile information in user manager. You can define it as a batch file .bat for the ending, any name you want.. enter this into the login script

net use F: \\server\share persistent:yes

Put as many lines in the file you need..This will apply for whomever you want. This command can also be used for just one local workstation to make it remap a drive until disconnected by the user.
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