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Mapped Drives in a user profile

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Is there any easy way to search the registry or use a remote power shell GET command to detect the mapped drive of a users profile?  (Even if created by them and not in the login script.)

I do not want to use user state migration and rest their password,  or access their pc.  

The question management asks - Can you tell where a user has drive mappings without getting on their pc, or resetting their password.

I was thinking DUMPsec but not sure if it would pick up user defined maps.

Thanks in advance.
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lciprianionut earned 500 total points
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Hi, maybe this link can be a point of start for what are you looking for.
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by:Thomas Zucker-Scharff
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I haven't tried the above suggestion, although a brief look suggests it is a good one, but have you tried using LUSER from safetoland.com?
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I think this will work fine.

User Solution 2 goes to a photog site  - Thanks
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by:Thomas Zucker-Scharff
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I noticed that. The site is correct, but he may have stopped hosting the download.  If you still want it I can send it.
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The first solution worked well but thank you anyway.
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