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Server 2008 R2 Mapped drive

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I have mapped drives for my users on my terminal/xenapp server however in explorer they are seeing the entire path the of the drive, is there a way to add something in my net use logon script to just show drive letter and the folder that is being mapped rather than the entire \\server\share path?
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Question by:zingab
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You could try this:

I used this vbs script:

mDrive = "the drive letter you'd like:"
Set oShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application" )
oShell.NameSpace(mDrive).Self.Name = "What you want to call the drive"

in conjuction with a batch script that mapped the share.
Works like a charm!


From:  http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/190317-46-hide-path-mapped-drives
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Try this

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc770902.aspx

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However requires Group policy and windows 7 clients.  Doesnt work well with xp desktops so ive heard. Could be wrong by try it out.
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