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Writing a batch file

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To all the scripting guru's out there (admittedly I am not one)... I know enough about active directory to know that it is possible (preferred) to have drive mapping done by security permissions, but alas, I missed that class of scripting 101. What I would like is to have a script that has an array of possible drives to be mapped but will only map the drives if the appropriate NTFS permissions are met, any assistance to this end would be very well appreciated.
This can be accomplished using either Visual Basic, a Batch file, or Powershell whatever the preferred method I would like it to be scalable and easy so changes can be made on the fly with even the least savvy IT person able to edit it, thanks.
Working in a Windows environment with Win 7 and a mix of Server 2003 and 2008 R2, this would be a logon script an added bonus would be to have the same script be able to assign printer based on group security permissions too...
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