User has access to network drives

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Network drives
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I noticed when I create a new user in the server, and when I log on to the user's account he has access to some network drives. How did this happen and where can I find these settings?

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Hello Aspire,
you probably added the user’s home folder mapped to a local drive (Example H: on \\server\users\username) or there’s a logon script that maps the drives.

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Hi Aspire, you can also check in your group policy settings under the login script settings to see if a script is mapping in there somewhere. Use the group policy management tool to get to the group policy results wizard to find out what group policy objects are applying to that user on that computer.

-RP

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  • Aspire
    So how do i find this logon script??? and how do i change it!!
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    Is it possibe because someone enabled it in Group policy??
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