Just about every production environment I have worked in have used network shared drives to be available to the client computers. This can be accomplished in a couple different ways. Here we will show you how to do it using both logon scripts as well as Group Policy.
My preferred method is to use Group Policy to push out the mapped networked drives to the clients.
How to Setup Logon Scripts and Map Network Drives Using Group Policy (GPO).
Server: Windows Server 2008 R2
This video will show you step-by-step a couple of things:
- How to create logon scripts.
- How to map a network drive
Some basics on how to create a logon script using two different methods:
- Batch script
- Group Policy Preference
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