Printer mapping: GPO and Script

Intro

When setting up an Active Directory, one of the things you want to set up automatically is the printer mapping to the different users.

Before setting up GPOs, you must have shared your printers.

As for mapping network drives, I’ll introduce you to two ways, the first using Group Policy (GPO) and using a vbs script that should run when you open session.


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