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Old 8th June 2010, 8:08 PM   #1
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hi guys

side note: i am extremely new to scripting in windows, and in general actually

i need a GPO/logon script/whichever that maps a users home/general drive based on what OU they are in

ive been trying to find a way to set an environmental variable based on the OU, but havent had much luck (read: told not possible)

pretty much, AD is currently something like this:

domain
--customers
----cust01
-----------users
----cust02
-----------users
----cust03
-----------users
----cust04
-----------users

(sorry for making some of you die when you look at that ASCII-art lol!)

each user, i need to be able to map a specific drive based on the fact what cust0X OU they are in. I have read of a way to do this here, but am wondering if there is a easier way to do this on a much larger scale (oppose to manually going through and doing it for say, 500 different custid's)

thanks!
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