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user drive map in Win2k logon script

By noorazman ·
My public directory located at \users and my user directory will be at \users\%username%.
My user using Win95. I try to use NT4 syntax
" net use x: \\myserver\users\%username% " in a batch file an it is act as logon script. The script execute butthe error message says something about use the correct command for the correct server. I have patched my Win95 user to use Active Directory. I just want to do simple thing; map the user home directory. Can somebody help me with the syntax ? Is it different the syntax in Win2k ?

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by jlepich In reply to user drive map in Win2k l ...

If you are using AD simply go to the "Profile" tab and fill in the "Home Path" info...this should do it.

Jesse
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by Gigelul In reply to user drive map in Win2k l ...

Hi,
Try to use:
"net use x: \\myserver\users /home"

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