/home = This net use command option maps the current user's home directory to either the devicename drive letter or the next available drive letter with *.
The basic Net Use command tells your workstation to log you on to a given file server and grant you access to a particular share via a drive letter. The command
net use N: \\myserver\stuff
tells your workstation to contact the myserver system, grant you access to a share on that server called \stuff, and create an imaginary drive N, through which you can access the data on that share. Now, let's start our in-depth look at Net Use with three quick enhancements to that example.
For example, suppose your home directory is on myserver, in a share named \homedirs, in a folder named \georgehome. You could map drive letter H directly to the \georgehome folder by typing
net use H: \\myserver\homedirs\georgehome
/home is just a quick way to tell
net use to connect the user's home directory specified in the users Active Directory user record.