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How to use Kix program?

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Im trying to figure out how to use the Kix program. I want to use it to setup home drives and dept mappings. Can anyone tell me how to set it up. Im looking at the directions and Im completely confused.....what files do I put on the server? How do I have it call on the script? Any help is greatly appreciated!!!!
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 125 total points
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Are you referring to Kixtart?  And are you trying to do this with a Small Business Server 2003?

Because there's no reason at all to use that.  By default, when you add a user on SBS with the Add User wizard, a home folder is automatically created at \\USERS\%Username%

Furthermore, if you run the My Documents Folder Redirection wizard, the My Documents folder will automatically be relocated to be within their home folder.

For department mapped drives, I'd suggest that you use SharePoint document libraries... but if you aren't ready to make that transition, you can just map drives by modifying the SBS_LOGIN_SCRIPT.bat file.  Instructions for that are here:  http://msmvps.com/blogs/kwsupport/archive/2005/08/22/63745.aspx

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What is your environment?
Domain based, workgroup. NT, 2000,2003???

Clients?  More information please.
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IT is an sbs 2003 server.
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by:1r2d2c3po
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TechSoEasy,  in the future, where would I see that this was cross posted? I don't see it referenced here...
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sbodnar,

So, since it's SBS, my initial comments are appropriate and it would be nice if you'd respond to those recommendations.

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