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Dear Experts,

I am facing problem in mapping  the shared folders in the file server to the assigned users  by using script  via group policy.
There are some shared folders . These all shared folders contains many sub folders under the main one.  Via script in GP I want to map the shared folders to the assigned users . how to do it.
OS is windows server 2012 .

Please help.
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