create a Windows server folder root map from the Apple script.

Hello,

A Windows 2008 server in our company has a shared drive called USERS.  There are user sub-folders inside.

From a Windows 7 workstation, I use something such as \\server1\users\johns in the loginscript.  However, when I ask our Apple admin to do the similar thing in his apple script, he can only create a users shortcut on the desktop.  When this shortcut is clicked, a window with all subfolders are being shown.  

Please advise if anyone has some idea of how to fix this.  

Many thanks.
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AnuroopsunddCommented:
is the apple machine in Domain.. and user on apple machine login use domain username password to login to machine?
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Eoin OSullivanConsultantCommented:
There have been several posting here on EE related to this.
You need to get the username of the currently logged in user ..

Have a look at this post - http://www.experts-exchange.com/Apple/Programming/Q_27408834.html
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Thanks.
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