list of all network access and pritners for user in Active directory 2008

Hi All ,

I am not sure if that possible , to make my job easier  is any way I can export all the network mapped drives and printers access for a and existing user and share mailbox please ( need to be run remotely and some time on disabled user)

what I am  trying to achieve, when we have new employers we copy from existing user who is enable in AD who is going to do the same job/Role , unfortunality It is only copying Security Group and Distribution lists also and we have to map the share folder manually and some time we do not know the path unless we have to make a call to the run a net use on the existing user and check his devices printers in Windows 7 (Joined to Domain)

is any script in PS can export all his profile like net use ,GPRESULT /H GPReport.html ( need to be run remotely and some time on disabled user)
 Thank you in advance
RabihhajIT HelpDeskAsked:
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Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
OK so you want to be able to get data from the AD that shows what a user has access to, which shares on which servers and what printers they have setup? Is this right? And you goal is to use this information to then use it to automate setting up a new user that has the same job, does the same work and so need to same resources? Do you currently use scripts to automate setting up resources for users? Do you use GPO to provided shares and printers for your users?

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
If I was you I'd consider using Role Based Access Controls rather than per user controls.

have to map the share folder manually and some time we do not know the path unless we have to make a call to the run a net use on the existing user and check his devices printers in Windows 7 (Joined to Domain) Why aren't you using group policy do do this?
RabihhajIT HelpDeskAuthor Commented:
HI

Lion that exactly what I need to do ... but some time user can travel to different site and need to install and map share folder and printer . is any way I can achieve it .

David , we use GPO and when we create a new SG and we add this user to the group we have to added them manually .
our GPO is only working on Home drive and Data Drive.

Thanks
arnoldCommented:
you can achieve site based gpo/gpp resource allocations including group membership..

others pointed.  do you have each site that has their own local printserver?
RabihhajIT HelpDeskAuthor Commented:
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