We have a SBS 2011 installation with a number of users connecting via VPN.
Users that are connected to the domain have 3 mapped network drives which are auto applied when logging in. Is there some way to achieve the same when connecting via VPN?
In this case, it isn't practical for us to establish the mapped network drives on each client PC because of the number of clients - and in most cases, the clients don't or can't be bothered to establish them either...!
So the questions are:-
How do I automatically create mapped network drives when a user connects via VPN?
If this requires use of a script, please provide an example.
>>> we cannot get the script to all users and they are unlikely to run it .
I use local scripts with clients frequently. The scripts are small (NET USE commands as described), go in the local Documents
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