I've switched from using login scripts to using Group Policy to map drives. It's worked great, until I realized that new user's don't get a home folder made.
In AD, under a user's properties, under Profile, we used "Connect to:" and the path which we would manually enter \\server\share\NAME and it would make the folder if it didn't exist.
Now with the GPO, instead of the Connect To: option, we are setting it to Local Path and in the GPO, setting up the M: drive as \\server\share\%username% and checking "Run in logged-on user's security context (user policy option)" under the options. This works, but doesn't create a new user's folder.
Any better way to streamline this?