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Mapping network drive with 'net use'

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Is there a way to have a script map a network drive based on the current user logged in?
This would be similar to setting up a drive in an AD profile using the %username% wildcard.

I cannot use GPO to map this as it is designed for when they are off network.
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Yes, as long as you can code the relationship, you can build a batch file. You can use the username, for example:
net use h: \\server\users\%username%

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