OK Gurus, consider the following scenario:
Active Directory Network (Windows 2003, SP1)
Multiple offices, connected via VPN. (Broadband, various speeds)
Corporate Users / Remote office users are set up in individual OUs. Each OU has its own Login Script(s).
Servers are stored in a single Hardware OU.
Hub and Spoke network organization.
Central Office has Multiple Servers. Each remote office has a single server.
85% of work is done on Servers located in Central Office.
15% of work is done on Servers located in Field Offices.
Home Folders and TSProfiles for all users (with the exception of user-ids that are remote only) are set up and stored on shared folders w/in the corporate office (central network)
Users access Central applications from local logins within the corporate office, and via Remote Desktop externally.
User's have single logins IDs and passwords.
Login scripts are VBScript
IP Addressing scheme: Corporate office 10.0.10.x, remote offices 192.168.x.x
We have login scripts that work, but would like to refine them. Here's the challenge - Dont want to map network drives / printers of remote devices. In other words, when logging into the corporate office server, either locally or RDP, I only want to map central resources. When logging into a field server (either locally or RDP) I only want to map the drives specific to that environment. The VPN performance is too irregular to allow users to pull files from remote drives over the VPN.
For Corporate office users...in "Corporate OU"
Internally (PC/Laptop on Local Network) - Regular Corporate Drive Mappings, Map home folder
RDP or Terminal Server into Corp Office from Home PC - Regular Corporate Drive Mappings, Use TSProfile Settings
RDP or Citrix into Remote Server - Remote Server Drive Mappings, No Home Folder, Dont Use Central TSProfile
When on Travel to Remote Location (not RDP into Corp Office) - Remote Server Drive Mappings, No Home Folder or TSProfile
Remote Office Users ... in separate "XXX Office OUs"
Local PC Login to Local Server - Local Drive Mappings, no home folder
Local PC Login to Corporate office via Citrix / RDP (Corporate Drive Mappings, Home Folder
Home PC Login to Local Server via RDP - Local Drive Mappings, no home folder
Thanks for the suggestions in advance.