By default on SBS 2003 we have the startup script (SBS_LOGIN_SCRIPT.bat) that is located in the scripts folder under SysVol on the server. That is where the following entry would be placed.
Out of the box, SBS 2008 does not use a logon script. So, we need to create the logon script under the SysVol scripts folder and update the User Roles with the Logon.bat file name. Any users already created will need to be either updated manually or use the Change a User Role Wizard to redefine the appropriate user accounts once the User Roles have been updated.
To do this (note that the "" are required):
- SBS 2003 Companyweb SharePoint v2
- net use m: "\\companyweb\DavWWWRoot\General Documents"
- SBS 2008 Companyweb SharePoint v3
- net use m: "\\companyweb\DavWWWRoot\Shared Documents"
From there we can create a folder structure that will be accessible via Internet Explorer internally or via the Internet as well as Windows Explorer and any application with ease.
We find that once users get used to toggling the "Explorer View" in the SharePoint site they tend to forget about the mapped network drive for most tasks.
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