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I am somewhat new to scripting. I have created a testlogon.bat file saying only, NET USE S: \\servername\home\%username%, and placed it in an OU group policy where the desired logon name is located. Yet when I logon with that username on an XP machine, the mapping does not show up. I have also tried putting the testlogon.bat file in the username logon script properties and the file is also in the SYSVOL\sysvol\domain\scripts as well. Any ideas?
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For using scripts in User properties under login script, the .bat file should be present in NETLOGON directory.

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