access network drive via BAT file

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January 12, 2009 at 06:51:15
Specs: Windows XP / Windows server 2003, N/a
i am currently looking for a BAT file that i can use for local login's that will allow the user to access thier home area on our school network. this is required for specialist music software as it is unstable when the PC's are logged onto the network.

any help would be appreciated,

thank's in anticipation, Mike

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January 12, 2009 at 20:38:18
Your question is not clear.
If I understand right, you need a mechanism to map and unmap network drives. Is that correct?
In that case, you can use -
net use x: /d
net use x: \\servername\sharename

commands to delete-map and map.
type "net use /?" at the command prompt to get help on the command.


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January 13, 2009 at 02:18:41
the network drive in question is specific to each individual user e.g username - user1 has a networked home drive, that them and only them can use which is linked to thier logon. so the bat file at some point will need to refer to our active directory on our network for the logon details. this is because the logon being used on the PC to use the music software will be local (ie administrator [non networked]). this has to be done since it wont allow certain functions to work on the software.

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