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Look here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc722461.aspx

Also logon script I use.

@echo off
net use x: \\server-name-here\users\%USERNAME%
net use y: \\server-name-here\NetworkShare
whoami /groups | find "domain-name-here\Domain Admins"
if errorlevel 1 goto :not-found
echo Admin
net use z: \\server-name-here\d$
net use i: \\server-name-here\c$\Inetpub\wwwroot
net use u: \\server-name-here\users
goto :end
echo Not Admin

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Sorry I am still very very new to these forums etc and the world of technology, however I can tell you that if you do use active directory to manage your network then it is possible to map network drives using group policy

**edit ** if you do decide to take this route you will want to make sure all of your computers have the right client side etension downloaded from Microsoft **end edit**

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While logon scripts have been around for ages, I really like the ease of management that adding shares per group policy provides. That way you don't have a bunch of scripts to edit in the event there are users who only need access to certain shares. Ultimately the choice is up to you, but normally something easy like setting up shares per OU is a great entry into doing more with Group Policy.

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