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Here's hoping someone can shed some light on this bizarre problem; Problem: The users home folder as indicated in AD does not map on Vista Business client with SP1. (e.g. \\server\users$\username) Description: You can map the 'home folder' manually without any problems it just won't map on login....
I have several users 'share' their login IDs and passwords despite repeated warnings. I would like a script or free or very low cost method to limit users to a single login.
I would like to know if anyone knows of a login batch file that could be used to redirect users mapped drives. I currently have 500+ users that have various mapped drives on each of their PC's to 3 different file servers. I would like to redirect these mapped drives to a new single file server...