I have just added a file server to our corporate network. Belive it or not our 60gb shared area is currently located on our web server. so purchasing a dedicated file server was a proiority.
a root level share called "Share" is mapped on every workstation as the S: drive. This drive is used in some way by everyone in our organization.
What i need is a foolproof....works the first time....works everytime... method to, at the next user logon delete the old S: drive mapping from \\Webserver\Shared and remap it to \\Fileserver\shared
All the current drive mapping were done manually as the comapny has grown (we put a system in service we map the S: drive as part of the original config)
We made a brief attempt at setting up a logon script in the Group Policies but it was a disaster. all it really ever consistantly managed to do was delete the S: drive mapping.
I really need this to go seamlessly. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
500 points cause this is important and i need it fast !