Hey, Scripting Guy! I have a CAD staff that occasionally travels between sites. What I would like to do, in a logon script, is map a set of drives based on their current location, that is, their current subnet. I need the script to first check and see if the drives are already mapped; if so then the script should just leave the drives as-is.
Hey, Scripting Guy! In yesterday’s column you showed a sample script that mapped a drive based on membership in an Active Directory group; along the way, you brought up the possibility of a user belonging to more than one group. “Suppose you have two groups,” you said. “What happens if a user is a member of both groups?” You then s
Hey, Scripting Guy! I need to map a drive based on a user’s membership in a particular Active Directory group. However, I have a twist as well: I need to map a different drive depending on whether or not the user is a manager. In other words, I need to map a drive based on both group membership and job title. How do I do that?-- SA Hey, S
Hey, Scripting Guy! I have been using your script that maps drives based on group membership, and it works just fine. However, I need to modify the script so that drive mappings are also based on the location of the computer (more specifically, on the computer IP address). For example, we have a remote site that uses an ISDN connection and I
Hey, Scripting Guy! I’m using an HTA as a drive-mapping application. I’d like to be clever about this and have the available drive letters appear in a list box. How can I dynamically show all the drive letters available on a computer?-- JT Hey, JT. You know, just the other day the Scripting Guy who writes this column was lamenting a tru