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MaOS X 10.6.6 W2K3 server

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I work at a school and we are looking to add Macs to our Windows 2003 domain. I am able to get the Macs on the domain and the Macs even get the users Home folder on the Doc which is great. The issue I am having is how do I get the other mapped folders that you would get on a Windows machine? I know I can go to Connect to server and add each one which does work, but there could be 100 different users on each Mac and I do not want to have to log on as each user to every Mac. Is there any way that when a user logs on with a user id and password from the domain it will map the shared drives like it does on a Windows based machine? We use a batch file to do it on the Windows machines but I do not know a way to do it on the Macs. Thanks for any help.
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