Programmed to map drives
|Category:||Network Management Utilities|
|Operating System:||Windows 95 or higher|
|Language:||Visual Basic (5)|
|Date of Development:||1997|
|Development time:||4 months|
|Type of Development:||Voluntary|
When you finish the MAP_95 published on the internet as shareware and started to receive lots of feedback, ideas and sujerencias, hence born on MAP_9x
This application allows you to map one (or more) network drive based on the user's username and / or NT groups to which it belongs.
This is something that Microsoft recently introduced Windows 2000, 4 to # you then (and only for computers running W2K)
A text file (. Ini) defines various network drive mappings, depending on the NT global groups to which the user belongs.
A user who belongs to multiple groups will be connected to all units in each group (unless there is a conflict between them)
To do this, once created. INI, you only need to run the program.
Of course, this can be done in different ways: in the login script, placing a shortcut in the Startup menu (Start) menu of Windows 95, or simply executing it.
The program can be configured to perform the work silently (no screen), or showing a screen.
If the screen display, you can set the image to display (with the logo of the company # ia, for example), and a text to be displayed (to disseminate any message, for example).Simple, fast, flexible and highly configurable.