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workstation drive mappings

Posted on 2006-06-20
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Hello,

We currently have a Windows 2003 domain with about 150 XP workstations and roaming profiles.  Is there a way/tool to be able to scan each workstation to obtain a list of the drive mappings for each user?
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you can use the "net use" command in a script if you want to do it remotely
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Here is an asset tracker that should show the mapped drives, and it will do what you are looking for.  
http://www.misutilities.com/network-asset-tracker/index.html
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