troubleshooting Question

Mapping a network drive at startup

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I am looking for a way to map a few drive at the startup, not logon.
Is there any computer policy which can allow a drive mapping to a shared folder at the startup, and before anyone logon to the server.

I am installing EMC SourceOne email archiving tools, which will be mapped to 3 NAS drives. To insure no logon is required to mapped the drive and program will be working properly after any reboot, i need to find a way mapping the drives when system starts up.
if not, it will require to have a service account logged in at all time.

any suggesstion would be highly appreciated
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