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    is it possible to map network drives usin a GPO but not using scripts?

    Thanks

    Mark

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    Re: Map network drives

    Boy I don't think so. I've never seen it done and I've not seen any native GPOs to do this. Every drive map function I've seen done in AD is ultimately called by a script. But as soon as I say no, someone will come up with a way to do it, whether native or creative.
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    • #3
      Re: Map network drives

      LOL only just found this as you posted

      http://www.willowhayes.co.uk/download/drives.adm

      Import this administrative template into gpmc and then you need to disable the "show policies only" option in the view menu and all the drives will show up.

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        Re: Map network drives

        Awesome! Give yourself some reputation points!
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        • #5
          Re: Map network drives

          can someone disect that and explain what it does and what variables need to be changed?
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