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There is a small network with an active directory, and there is one machine with RAID-1 storage. How can I mount a user-specific shared folder, for example:

\\NetworkStorage\Storage\%USERNAME%

when %USERNAME% performs logon?

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you can use the NET command to mount a drive:

NET USE F: \\NetworkStorage\Storage\%USERNAME%

(Note that you need to use back slashes, not forward slashes)

This could be added to your logon script.

ALSO, you can specify a "home" drive for each user in his or her active directory profile. This can be mounted automatically, or with the following command:

NET USE F: /HOME
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