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    I am creating a UHD for when i install windows 7. I would like there to be 2 locations, that will be mapped automatically for any users that is created on the laptop.

    No Domain


    Thanks

  • #2
    Re: Mapped Drive For All Users

    UHD?

    universal home directory?
    useless hard disc?
    ugly hard drive?

    where is the folder located? are you talking about mapping a local folder to a drive letter or a network location?

    without a domain, you will have to rely on local policy or a logon script applied to the local users of the box as a group, not on an individual basis.

    do you know how to use the "subst" command in a batch file? then you could apply the script that would look like:
    Code:
    subst x: C:\UHD\SHARED
    and tie that script into the gpedit.msc/LGPE

    but again, the use of the "subst" or "net use" can only be determined when the location of the directory/folder in question is given... if you know the difference in the two commands, i dont need to explain. if not, google it and you will understand why its important.
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    • #3
      Re: Mapped Drive For All Users

      Sorry about that.

      Using Window Automated Installation Kit using thumbdrive(UHD).

      Thanks for that, i'll try and see if i can get it to work.

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      • #4
        Re: Mapped Drive For All Users

        ah! i see what your saying now. like you wanna have some extra proggies or updates or configs on a key to use post install, yes?

        now i understand. i dont think your going to have to specifically mount the volume, windows should assign the key a drive letter as is... but either way, its pretty straight forward.

        just include the link to a batch file on the root of that key. you can write the script to run off whatever drive letter m$ gives it...
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