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HOW TO REMOVE EXISTING AND CREATE A NEW SHARING OVER THE NETWORK WITHOUT ATTENDING TO USER PC

EX VIA LOGIN SCRIPT - BAT FILES
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what i want to do is to remove mapping from user pc and create new mapping for them without me leaving my office. i was thinking creating a batch file and when user log in,they will have the new mapping drive.
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