"rb" <rajko_at_nospam_sheermomentum.com> wrote in message
> Oh, and another thing: at work, the script from a DC may first delete and
> then map new drives, but that doesn't solve the problem when I get home.
> At home, there *are* not scripts to run; therefore, anything previously
> mapped will be destroyed.
> OTOH, if I put anything in startup, at work it will run *after* logon
> script and will delete anything that script already created.
> Is there a way out of this maze??
Your script in startup could detect the current situation ie whether you're
connected to work or home, and then dependent on that either delete or don't
delete the previous mappings.
That's one way. There may well be other approaches, though