I started using the Profile tab for user's in Active Directory (2012r2) to map a network drive for the specific user. We use to do this before by putting a login script in the startup folder on the client machines. The login script would map the company network drives as well as each individual users drive on the server. I have now started to use Group Policy to map our network drives, but needed a way to map individual user drives. For this reason just used the AD Profile tab for these individual drives. It works just fine but I had a user complain to my about his PowerShell when opened defaulting to this network user drive now. I have also noticed that within the individual network user drives there is now a windows folder created automatically. Is this the reason for the PowerShell issue? Is there away around this? Is there a way to set this so the windows directory is not created in the users network folder?