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Mapping users using batch file

Greetings, I am just setting up a brand new Active Directory domain on a windows 2003 standard server. I have about 50 employees and project this to double within 6 months or so. Simply put, my question is this:

If I have a shared folder on my server and want a user to map to that folder, how can I setup a batch file to do this ?
example:  the share might be  \\servername\humanresources\

How can I tell my active directory to map someone to that share everytime they login ?  Please help !!  :-) This is urgent..I gotta get this project done today if at all possible

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Once you have made you're batch place it in C:\Windows\SYSVOL\sysvol\domain.com\scripts (I think is the path)

Then to assign the login script

Open the Group Policy Management Console
Select you're GPO for the users/group you are applying the script to.
Edit the Group Policy(Right Click)
Then go to
User Configuration > Windows Settings > Scripts > Logon
Open it and Add, then select the batch file from the sys location.

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