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Map drives to all domain users on login in Windows 2003 Server.

Where would I place my logon.bat file that maps drives so that every user who logs into the domain will see those drives?
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Laura pretty much covered the easiest ways, but just might as well mention that I have seen cases in organizations where each individual user has an entry for the name of the login script on the Profile tab of the properties for the user's account in Active Directory.
I find it easiest to find is on the server, map a network drive.
map any drive (i like Y:)  to \\<server name>\netlogon
that is the folder that the domain will use for scripts when using the script assignment under the user accounts.

some older server software , server win2k or NT put it 2,3 or more folders deep but they should always automatically assign the share name of "netlogon" to the folder.
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Where oin the GPO is 'show files?'  I don't see it.  Perhaps I am not in the right place.  I opened the Group Policy Object Editor from MMC.
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