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 NET USE W: \\SERVER2003\WINDWARD /​user:​windward windward /​PERSISTENT:​NO NET USE W: \\SERVER2003\WINDWARD /​user:​windward windward /​PERSISTENT:​NO
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 The above script first verifies that the workstation service is started and that the server can be pinged from the workstation prior to attempting to map the drive. The server in this case is named **SERVER2003** and the share is named **WINDWARD**. Also, a user named **windward** with the password **windward** has been created on the server and drive W: is being mapped as that user. Save the above text in a file called login.bat and place it in the c:\windows folder on each PC. Then add it to the startup folder on the workstation so that it is executed when the PC boots up. **(See Figure 1)** The above script first verifies that the workstation service is started and that the server can be pinged from the workstation prior to attempting to map the drive. The server in this case is named **SERVER2003** and the share is named **WINDWARD**. Also, a user named **windward** with the password **windward** has been created on the server and drive W: is being mapped as that user. Save the above text in a file called login.bat and place it in the c:\windows folder on each PC. Then add it to the startup folder on the workstation so that it is executed when the PC boots up. **(See Figure 1)**
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