Mac OS X Map Network Drive at Login with Delay Timer

Hello, Can anyone help me out, I am looking for a way to map network drives on a Mac OS X 10.10 but have the drives map up with a delayed time. I can manually map the drives no problem and even add them as a startup item at login, but since this Mac is in a Windows domain it hasn't really played nice with the map at login, and I would like to create maybe a simple script that can run at login to map a few drives but maybe delay the mapping for about 30 to 60 seconds after login. Any apps that can accomplish this task would be cool too. Appreciate any insight.
CheckThe LogsAsked:
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strungCommented:
Create an automator script to mount the drives and include a delay function for 30 to 60 seconds. Then set the automator script to run as a log in item.

For instance, adding the line

delay 60

in the script just before the instruction to mount the drives will delay the action 60 seconds.
CheckThe LogsAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the feedback, any chance you would have a sample script I could look at to modify for my setup?
strungCommented:
I don't, sorry. But there are all sorts of automator tutorials on the web.

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