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Win 2003 Server and Active Directory with generic logon trying to access specific user network folders

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Last Modified: 2012-05-07
Good Morning, I have the following Server setup:
  Windows 2003 Server with Active Directory,
  15 Crew Leaders using the same PCs (4),
  Personal Folders on the network.
   Is there a way for me to use a generic logon for all crew leaders and allow them to only see their personal network folder?  I know I can setup each person on the PCs.  What I need is a way for each person to be able to "log into" only their personal folders when using the generic logon.  They will be using OWA to access their emails.
  Thank you.
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Justin OwensITIL Problem Manager
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Justin OwensITIL Problem Manager

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The only solution I can come up with is to create a GPO on the 4 workstations that forces logoff after X minutes of idle.  It is not a great solution, though.  There may be a third party app that addresses your needs, but I am unaware of it.  I am sorry.
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