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NT2K server logon scripts/ user home folder

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by PC Impulse, Jan 25, 2002.

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  1. PC Impulse

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    I have a small company running on a Windows NT 2000 Server. I know "a little" about using it --create users, map & share drives -- but not much more than that. I know there is a way that when any certain user & password logs onto the server, the server automatically assigns them a "home" drive in "my documents" due to a script that is ran. The script can be put into any users profile so that they all get a "user home drive" in "my computer" that no one else is able to get to. I need to know the process step by step to create this home / user / share directory. If any one could help me, I would try to make it worth their while (memory chips, hard drive, something of importance). I think I even have the script made, I just need to know where to create the user directory, which directory to put the script in, ect...
    Thank you very much for helping me!
    Don S.
     
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  3. aubry

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    i'm having the same sort of problem. try looking at the thread
    networking>scripts it may help you also!
     
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