Access to map drives

When a user logs into his PC, a map drives appears automatically. All users have the same drive mapped. Where is this configured in Windows server 2012? I checked in Active Directory-User-Properties-Profile and there is nothing shown. Where can i find this configuration?
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Could be group policy preferences. Could be a login script. Could just be someone went and mapped the drive (they are persistent across logins by default.)
NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
Check Group Policy.
User Configuration, Logon script.
Also check... Group Policy Preferences
christoforatos1968Author Commented:
Where would i find the group policy preferences or login script?
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Scott GorcesterCTOCommented:
You can find Group Policy Objects (GPO) by typing gpmc.msc at a run line or command prompt. GPO's are pretty involved and are most often used in domain joined computers. Login scripts are often set in the user property sheet in Active Directory Users and Computers. The scripts are called when the users login and are located in the domain controllers sysvol share.


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NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
Here's how to get to the Login scripts area:

...and the Group Policy Management Preferences Drive Maps Extension:
Just as an extra thought on this topic: I would strongly recommend against using mapped drives at all. The CryptoWall virus which is prevalent at the moment can only encrypt files on the infected PC and it's mapped drives. I have had several customers recently lose all their data on their servers because they had mapped drives. Some of them had good backups to recover from and others lost everything.
Not all A/V software can protect against this virus.
Any drives not mapped were unaffected.
Much safer to use shortcuts to the drives.
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