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Batch file to map network drives for users

Often it is asked how to create a bat
ch frile to map network drives for users at logon. Here's how
I did it at one site where I had a small number of users, but each user had a different set of
mapped drives they needed to access.

Note, in this posting, “sbs1“ is the name of my SBS server. Su
bstitue your SBS server name
accordingly!

Location of script:

The default SBS login script is located at
c:
\
windows
\
sysvol
\
sysvol
\
sbs1
\
scripts

and the script file is SBS_LOGIN_SCRIPT.bat.

Note: a quick way to get to this directory is to click
Start > Run
, and then enter
\
\
sbs1
\
netlogon

-

and you will be right there, with no further drilling down any subdirectories!

1. First thing you want to do is to make a backup copy of the .bat file
-

just in case!

2. Next, ed
it the contents of the default .bat file so it looks like this, and then save it.


Rem Default SBS Login Script for users

\
\
sbs1
\
netlogon
\
%username%.BAT

3. I then created a new .bat file for ea
ch user. The name of the .bat file explicitly matched their
actual logon name. So, if you logged on as JohnDoe, then the batch file was named JohnDoe.bat

Here is the content of one such user batch file:

Rem Batch File for user John Doe

NET USE Q:
\
\
sbs1
\
Quickbooks

NET USE S:
\
\
sbs1
\
SharedCompany

NET USE T:
\
\
sbs1
\
Access

So, what happens is that when John Doe logs in, the
default SBS script is started and
immediately starts up the script file johndoe.bat, which has the various mapped drives to be
declared.

4. Now, all you need to do is to create a new batch file for each user
-

no need to mess with the
default SBS script an
y more. And no need to modify the name of the startup login script from
within AD.

Add a new user? Simply add a new batch file!

Posted:
Wed, Nov 3 2004 20:37

by
kwsupport

| with
45 comment(s)


Filed under:
SBS2003

Comments

kwsupport

said:

thanks!

#

November 30, 2004 3:11 PM

kwsupport

said:

I understood that you could do create log
in maps with the Organization Unit but that is my limits
(SBS2003) I need help with this.

#

December 11, 2004 2:06 PM

kwsupport

said:

What about the default contents of the SBS_Login_Script.bat file?

i.e.
\
\
sbs1
\
clients
\
setup
\
setup.exe /s sbs1

What does this executable do? Can I just delete it from the default login script. Never had
to
bother with this in regular Windows 2003 Server. 1st time installing SBS.

#

December 23, 2004 12:05 AM

kwsupport

said:

Re: the contents of the default login script


I think that the
\
\
sbs1
\
clients
\
setup
\
setup.exe /s sbs1 is used by Small Business Server to
configure new computers.


When you configure a new computer using the Small Business server wizards, I am almost
certain that this is the application that runs at each logon prompting the user to install the clients
(i.e. Outlook).


I would suspect removing this line would mean au
tomatic application installation will fail.

#

January 17, 2005 10:48 PM

kwsupport

said:

You may want to preface each net use command with

"NET USE <driveletter>: /DELETE"


If for some reason there's a previously mapped drive, not using this command will cause the map
to fail.

#

March 16, 2005 1:46 AM

kwsupport

said:

Chris,


Do not delete the default logon script.

It does more than just setup new computers, you add.

It also reapplies some sb
s gpo's in case they have been altered, amongst other things. It also is
used by the add software Wizard should you run it.


If you are going to be adding lines to the deafult logon script, I would highly recomend adding
each line as a call statement, rat
her than just a line. other wise if you add 2 or more lines, there is
the potential for some of them to not fire off. By using call you force the focus back to the
defalut logon script after excecution of your new line.

So to use Kevin's example you would

add


Call
\
\
sbs1
\
netlogon
\
%username%.BAT


So your new default logon script would read


Rem Default SBS Login Script (First Line Always)

Call
\
\
SBS1
\
Clients
\
Setup
\
setup.exe /s SBS1


Rem Default SBS Login Script for users

Call
\
\
sbs1
\
netlogon
\
%usernam
e%.BAT


Rem Default SBS Login Script for Additional Command

Call
\
\
SBS1
\
netlogon
\
AnotherBatchFile.bat


:End


This will ensure all the lines in your logon script get a chance to fire off.


Goog Luck,


HandyAndy a.k.a. Andy Goodman [SBS
-
MVP]

www.SBS
-
R
ocks.com

#

March 16, 2005 8:24 AM

TrackBack

said:

^_^,Pretty Good!

#

April 13, 2005 11:52 PM

kwsupport

said:

i need help with creating a batch file wich

will map a network drive and create a shortcut of the
file in that drive and place it in the all users startup can anyone help?????


Renegades@techie.com

#

May 3, 2005 2:50 AM

kwsupport

said:

I wonder if there is a way to make a startup script that would check if there are already drives
mapped for this user, remove some of the

mappings, according to their UNC, and add new ones
with a path based on the org. unit that the user's account is in. That probably calls for some
VBScripting...

#

July 26, 2005 1:17 PM

kwsupport

said:

I am trying to map network drives using a batch script. I am at a university for an IT dept

so
naturally I have many drives to map, and across 3 of our domains. All domains have different
logins, so the batch script prompts me to login to those domains as it maps drives for each
domain. Is there a way to set the login in a batch script (this is
a private file on my pc in an
encrypted and protected folder) to login automatically to those domains for those mappings?

#

September 23, 2005 10:07 PM

kwsupport

said:

Hi,


I'm just starting to try things using batch files, and was writing this. But it doesn't work if my
folder has a space in it, ie
\
\
example
\
sub folder

Is there a way to overcome this?

#

September 26, 2005 6:33 AM

kwsupport

said:

Andy,

I saw that you are an SBS mvp
. I have an issue that Microsoft was of little help for. I am using a
PowerEdge 600SC, and i am attempting to use the software raid within sbs 2003. Everytime I tell
it to create the mirror it gets to 4% and stops. The error log reads Drive0 has a bad sect
or. That is
all it says and it will not copy over. I have run error checking and the drive has no problems,
system runs great as a matter of fact. However i want to run RAID 1 to mirror in case of a drive
failure, please help........

#

September 26, 2005 1:25 PM

kwsupport

said:

Can you map drives via group policy?

#

November 11, 2005 6:21 PM

Eric Montgomery said:

I am actually brand new to server OSs, but experienced with 9X and up to XP Pro in
Home/Home Office conditions.


All of this information is amazingly helpful, but was wondering if someone could tell me how I
can send any user connecting via terminal services to see the Intranet Site?


Thanks,

Eric
-

shoregeek@gmail.com

#

January 22, 2006 10:12 PM

AJ said:

Thanks very much for your help !

#

June 15, 2006 12:40 PM

Paul Wilson said:

When using the above script to map users folder space the command fails becuase it appears to
require the users password. Do you have any suggestions as to how to get around this?


Example:


NET USE M:
\
\
Users Shared Folders
\
PaulWilson


This just does
n't work!

#

July 3, 2006 4:55 PM

Sam said:

NET USE M:
\
\
Users Shared Folders
\
%paulWilson%

#

August 29, 2006 6:12 AM

Joe Schilla (JoeSchilla@comcast.net) said:

Re: SBS_login_script.bat

Question related towards the logon script.

My server right now has
about 5 users that actually have the

default sbs_logon_script.bat in the active directory profile. these where setup before i started
with this company i figure thats becasue of wizard use on setup of those accounts.

But my problem is on those accounts a
nd those accounts only. They will not accept passord
changes well they can be changed in active directory and on user logon but when accessing a
network drive they are told that it is invalid and when trying to go directly to the server through
network pla
ces they are prompted for their password and the system will not take it and the have
no access to the network file system

but if i go back to active director and change thier pass back to thier

original password everthing works fine.

i have also tried
removeing the login script from the user profile no luck

none of my othere user use a logon script period

and have no issue and the drives are mapped on startup


I've searched every where for a solution to the problem with no luck

I have read that it m
ight take 24 hours for it to re
-
populate and that sounds wierd to me since the
other password changes are instant.


But i am no master at this i am what you guys would refer to as the accidental technoligist

I hope i described this issue properly and any

help or corrections would be greatly appreciated

p.s.

I also read that changing the script so that it deletes and remaps the drives could be a solutioin

thanks again

#

September 1, 2006 4:28 PM

Brett said:

As an alternative to deleting the mapped drive prior to mapping it (in the event that the mapping
is remembered after reboots), you can also use the following: if not exist S:
\
. net use S:
\
\
sbs1
\
share This

will check for the existence of the S: drive prior to mapping it. (so trying to
remap a mapped drive just generates an error message and exits, its no biggie, but this is at least
a little cleaner). Brett

#

September 28, 2006 7:35 AM

Brett said:

Sam / Paul Wilson... it looks like you are trying to map a share without specifying a server..
"
\
\
users shared folder
\
" is not a valid server name
-

'
\
\
sbs1
\
users shared

folder
\
username' is. So:
net use M: '
\
\
server
\
users shared folder
\
PaulWilson' should work. You can also use the
"/persistant=yes" switch at the end to keep the connection active.

#

September 28, 2006 7:38 AM

Michael Frank said:

I tried 2 scripts to map from one drive to another during everyday work. Maybe 10 times a day.
After a while the OS does not recognize the remap command and a reboot is required. Any
comments? Michael Frank

#

October 16, 2006 10:38 AM

Rahul said:

I need to create shortcuts for a network computer folders ...I need to create a batch file which

when I run connects to the network computer and maps and creates the links for all the files
inside it .I do not want to copy the contents of the file but just links as the server has about 1
terrabyte of data.

If i am able to give the users the batch fil
e , they will be able to just go to their c: drive open the
folder and use the file...

e.g. I have a computer named
\
\
rahul which contains 100 folders ...It shud copy the folders and
when someone opens a peculiar folder it shud show the files in it locally

..... , and show him the
files that are there ...FILES when "clicked" shud go to the network computer (
\
\
rahul) and play
the same.

PLEASE HELP ..IT WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED

#

January 9, 2007 8:32 AM

Erlin said:

and the last one is to map your drive for many diferrent user just with one file....

net use Z:
\
\
dellserver
\
users
\
class_2009
\
%username%

this one is to set permission on the directory.... it work's

@echo

off

setlocal enabledelayedexpansion

D:

cd
\
Users
\
Class_2009

for /f %%a in ('dir/ad/b') do (

set strUser=%%a

cacls .
\
!strUser! /T /E /G !strUser!:F

)

This Batch files is to create directory and it will save you a lot of time if you have to create 100
folder

for diferrent user in the network................. it work's i try it...

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
ACamara

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
ACarotenuti

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AWebster

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AAlbizu

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
APaz

md

D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
ABaker

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AAlcantara

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AAuclair

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
APlunkett

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
ATavarez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AFonseca

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
ASilva

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AOwen


md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
ASalisbury

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
ARabel

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AFeliz

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AMercedes

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
APerez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
APimentel

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AVega

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
AKing


md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
BSalon

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
BJohnson

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
BEsposito

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
BReeves

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
BSanchez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
BSanchez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CMcGrath

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CP
erez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CGarcia

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CMorris

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CEfros

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CMelendez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CDacosta

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CHughes
-
Barnes

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CAdams

md

D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CSang

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CDoran

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CHopkins

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CGonzalez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CAvila

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CSenice

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CGoncalves

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CWise

md

D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
CPena

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DChacon

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DPena

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DHerberman

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DClanton

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DAzzam

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DLeggett

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DDale

md D
:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DRutledge

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DSpears

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DJordan
-
Brown

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DJackson

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
DBarta

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
EThomas

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
ELevine

md

D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
EWelch

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
EYoung

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
EAcevedo

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
EAnderson

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
EUrena

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
EMcDermott

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
EReynoso

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
FDesous
a

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
FOlajide

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
FGomez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
FMarzan

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
FPerez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
GTetreault

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
GSemedo

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
HMcCormack

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
H
Barlow

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
HGranandos

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
HReyes

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
HLafitte

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
IHess

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JLopes

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JJohnson

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JRose

md

D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JSanchez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JEhrenberg

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JRoland

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JMerlain

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JPerez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JTejada

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JVillegas

md

D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JAmadiz

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JMejia

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JBrito

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JColon

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JMaddox

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JMolina

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JPerez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JGendron

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
JBlackbear

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KDulude

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KTavarez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KOrellana

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KBarry

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KFournier

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KDacruz

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KBranch


md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KAult

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KDavis

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KAndrade

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
KGarcia

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
LSpears

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
LWilliams

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
LTorres

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
LLanory


md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
LOk

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
LDeJesus

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
LJeanlouis

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MSprague

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MPettaway

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MGonzalez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MBonnenberg

md

D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MNunez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MSheppard

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MFlaquer

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MTurino

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MCarrasco

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MFigueroa

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MDowning

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MSan
chez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MTurcios

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MVasquez

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
MKeo

md D:
\
users
\
class_2009
\
NDrolet

md D:
\
users
\
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#

January 13, 2007 10:08 PM

William Watson said:

Interesting read! I've just decided to ditch our Novell server (IPX) where mapping network
drives was a doddle. But I'm migrating to Linux, not MS SBS I'm afraid.

The Novell system was brilliant in its own way, never once stopped and very fast
-

but I can
't
face reinstalling it on new hardware and the technology has been overtaken....

#

January 21, 2007 10:28 AM

Wesley said:

I use the net use command to map the d
rives on the users logon but i want to hide the drive after
it maps it so the users can not go under my computer and see it. It is a drive that has software that
is programmed to work on all the clients as a database for inventory changes. So i still need
it to
map in a way so the clients can still use the program on the server. Any ideas Thanks!

#

February 14, 2007 10:46 PM

Tony D said:

Can anyone tell me if ther
e is a way of renaming the name of the drives that are mapped for
example.

net use S:
\
\
mnltegb05
\
server
\
database

will be displayed in Windows Explorer as

(S:) database on 'mnltegb05
\
server'

If I want the network mapping to be displayed as

(S:) DB

...is
there an option to do so?

thanks

#

March 11, 2007 9:32 PM

Tito said:

Can someone please tell me how to apply these principles to include two printers

\
\
192.168.1.47
\
CLR (color)

\
\
192.168.1.47
\
BNW (black and white)

with the BNW as the default printer and also create a shortcut of the home directory on the users
desktop.

Any help please e
-
mail me to tito7769@gmail.com. Thank you so much!

#

March 14, 2007 8:44 AM

Cyrus said:

I have the following in a batch file. I want a VBS script to change the batch file password
"Startrek" after the user has been required to ch
ange the password through another automated
process. Any suggestions?

net use u:
\
\
Servername
\
Sharedfoler Startrek /User:NA
\
cyrus.t.andrews

#

March 28, 2007 10:21 AM

abc said:

can any advice that once i configure map drive through login script i am not able to access map
drive getting access denied msg

#

September 4, 2007 9:57 AM

Adam D said:

Can anyone tell me if there is a way of renaming the name of the drives that are mapped for
example.

net use S:
\
\
mnltegb05
\
server
\
database

will be displayed in Windows Explorer as

(S:) database on 'mnltegb05
\
server'

If I want the network mapping to be displayed as

(S:) Database Drive

...is there an option to do so?

thanks

#

November 23, 2007 5:06 AM

Mag said:

i

have my batchs file but how do i get my server to deploy it to my domain users? what i am
doing for right now is i physiclly go to the computer and put the batch file in the start up items so
it runs every time they restart but i would like it to run from

any computer ones they type in ther
user name & password?

can someone please help me

thank you

#

January 2, 2008 3:54 PM

Renil said:

Can help me to create ba
t file for mapping network drivers?

#

January 29, 2008 4:36 AM

Renil said:

Can help me to create bat file for mapping network drivers?

mail 2 me , renil.david@e
ds.com

#

January 29, 2008 4:37 AM

Renil said:

Can help me to create bat file for mapping network drivers?

#

February 21, 2008 6:25 AM

jacques said:

how do i ad a yousername and password to this line:

user: jacques

passwoed: password

net use x:
\
\
raidmax2
\
share$

#

March 13, 2008 3:56 AM

jacques said:

how do i create a username and password in a .bat file

username: jacques

passwoed: password

net use x:
\
\
raidmax2
\
share$

#

March 13, 2008 4:32 AM

Rianne said:

I've had great success with this procedure getting new users set up on our system, however I've
noticed that network drives
with a space in the name do not map correctly. Is there a quick fix for
this, or will the network drives have to be renamed?

#

April 9, 2008 10:30 AM

mark

said:

@Rianne

you don't have to rename the network folders but the best way to overcome this I found is to
rename the "share" names to remove the spaces.

I had this issue in a recent consultancy job,

luckily there were only 5 users on site so it was easier
that way, now they all work perfectly.

#

April 13, 2008 4:40 PM

Rick said:

I was writing a batch file

to map my network drive.

It successful map the drive, but something is different here.

Example in the script:

Net use M:
\
\
servername
\
IT

So, you should see your mapped drive is :

IT on 'servername'(M:)

but what I see here is:

IT on 'servername'(servername
)(M:)

why the (servername) show overthere ? Pls advise.

Thanks.

#

April 24, 2008 3:00 AM

Theo said:

To rename a drive:

Set oShell = CreateObject("
Shell.Application")

oShell.NameSpace(mDrive).Self.Name = "My Documents"

Where mDrive is the mapped drive. E.g. F:
\

#

May 5, 2008 6:36 PM

owais said:

hi to all

d
ear i want to make a simple map drive batch file for my users which can be run for automaticly
add the map network drive in my client desktop and my computer.. please help or email me on
owais.lhr@gmail.com

thanks waiting for your reply.

#

September 19, 2008 7:56 AM

Jamie said:

Guys anyway to auto config the users exchange server each time they logon to a new machine?

i.e. not have to input exchange server mailbo
x and press check name....the point been to link the
mailbox to that account?

I have seen this done but can't work out how to do it

#

October 20, 2008 6:09 PM

Wijaya said:

How to access the password protected network folder using the batch file?

#

November 18, 2008 11:49 PM

fuker ms said:

in sbs server you don

need to do a batch file, in AD, on properties of user o can map a drive on
logon there, then you give permision on shares for any users

simple!!!!!!

#

March 18,

2009 8:16 PM

Ben said:

thanks

#

August 3, 2009 7:02 AM

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