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Map Network Drives WScript Generator

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This is a little program that makes WScipt (windows script) that maps network drives on a windows computer. In Active Directory you can set this as a login script so that all your clients have the mapped network drive(s) that you have made.

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  • Can use the user name login variable
  • Can make as many drives as you have letters
  • Checks if given server is on the local network
  • Great at making login scripts! (uses .vbs files)
  • Small portable .exe, no install!


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Intended Audience

System Administrators, End Users/Desktop, Management

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows), Windows Aero

Programming Language

Visual Basic, Visual Basic .NET



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