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NET USE /DELETE Question???

Posted on 2006-03-20
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Last Modified: 2011-08-18
I have a logon script I have users run in the morning when they logon the network which delets unused drives and reconnects networks drives.  Here is my script:

net use /delete *
net use s: \\server\public
net use t: \\server\transcription

When the net use /delete switch is used the users get a message saying type Y or N to continue action?  Is there a way I can have the NET USE /DELETE * run and do not ask the user to type Y or N?

Question by:cgriffith4
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DoTheDEW335 earned 500 total points
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Yup you can
if you put net use /delete * /y
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