You would add that to "the log on script." That is the common Windows Active Directory you see all around has log on scripts. Use that and you're done.
Not an offer to start a private course on Active Directory, Scripting or other server management.
Is there a way that I can configure a Windows XP workstation to be able to access other Win XP workstation shares without being prompted for credentials? We have a quarterly database update that requires me to drop a new copy of our database into shared folders on each workstation in our company. I would like to set it up to where I could seamlessly access the share on-the-fly without being prompted for a user name and password. Is there a way that this can easily be accomplished?
Also, periodically we have network drive complications. The most recent message I've been getting is "Local drive is already in use or unavailable" Perhaps we don't have enough licenses to access the drive? This drive, at most, has four people accessing it simultaneously. The drive is on a Windows XP machine.
Let me know what you fellas think.