Can anyone helps suggest the best practice for handling the need for more than 26 drive letters in an organization? Until recently, uniquely assigned drives worked for us as there was no membership overlap but now we have a fair amount of overlap (we have many subnets and organizational units) forcing us to manually map drives to letters that are currently not in use for the user. This is sloppy at best and certainly inefficient.
We've considered the idea of conditionally assigning drive letters, and that could work, but it does break continuity and could leave us exposed to other issues later. One of which is that our users have come to expect that drive letters are truly representative of the drives they are mapped with.
How are others out there handling this problem?