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Tue Jun 28, 2011 4:12 pm

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we just purchased several new imacs with snow leopard 10.6.7. We are in an active directory (AD) environment running windows 2008 domain controllers. The macs will be joined to AD. We would like to auto mount windows file and printer shares for each user that logs into a machine. These macs will be in a lab environment for students. Each user should have access to a personal user drive, access to a shared drive, and then access to a shared printer. I would like to script this so that after a user logs into a mac they would get these items without being prompted for a username/password again. My big issue is creating the script and the best place to locate the script once it is created. I am very new to the mac world. Is group policy applicable in any capacity here? I have not been able to find any examples of scripts that fit what I am trying to accomplish. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If anyone has any suggested books to read, I'm all ears. If I have left something out and you need more information please let me know.

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