Logon Script for SBS 2003


we have just set up a SBS 2003 server and i would like to set up a logon script rather than go round and add mapped drives and printers, i need to set up the following

Shared Drives

the printer is a HP4600 network printer with an IP of, i could share it from the server via \\server\HP4600 but i dont want to do this really as its pushing more load on the server.

what do i need to add in my GPO script? i have created a GPO and i have found userconfiguration>windowssetting and found the logon.logoff section but my scripting skills are ZERO!

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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
pbraneAuthor Commented:
thanks but this seem to be a VB script that runs liek a command i want mine to sit in the LOGON section of GPO, is this still the same one? do i save it as a bat file or a .vbs file?
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
You would save this as a vbs file in the logon scripts part of the GPO.

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