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i have just setup a fedora 14 workstation and joined it to a windows 2008,2003 domain. i can browse the network and see all the windows computer on the network and access them with a username and password. my problem is when my windows computers logon to the domain there is a script that runs that maps network drives and attaches them to there home folder or H drive. my question is how can i accomplish this on the fedora box. in other works i need the fedora box when a user logons on to it to see the map drives for that user and their home folder which is the H Drive.
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You'll have to script the drive mapping locally on the fedora box, its not going to recognize your group policy assigned login scripts nor would it even be able to run them.
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Any idea or sample script that would help me out as far a to info needed in the script and where to place it on the box
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