Hello, I am the network admin for a medium size company. We currently have about 200 PCs, all of which are joined to our Windows 2008 AD domain. We have about 15 macs and presently none of them are bound to AD. We have started getting more Macs and it is causing management headaches for us because at present everything for Mac users is different. What we would like to do is start binding these Macs to the domain so they follow the standard password processes and they can make use of the company directory for sharing files/folders with other users. What I have done thus far is I purchased a Mac Mini to use as a test system and I bound it to our domain. I checked the option to create a mobile account at login, so now I am able to login on the Mac using my AD credentials whether it is connected to our network or not (important for laptop users). I can connect to the Mac from my PC using SMB and I am not prompted for a password so I assume it is using my AD credentials, and I can also connect to PC servers from the Mac without getting prompted for credentials, so everything related to login and permissions seems to be working. The piece I seem to be missing is how to automatically connect shared network drives. On windows, I can push a login script via AD and connect multiple network drives. For example, every windows user gets an L: drive which is a public company-wide shared drive, an I: drive which has program installation files, a J: drive which is specific to the department that user is in, plus a few other mapped drives depending on the specific user/role. A lot of our Mac users are former PC users so they still want/need all of these drives. We can manually map them, but we are looking for an easier solution. I see that I can auto mount a home folder using AD, but I haven't really been able to find an easy way to map mount multiple shared folders. We would prefer a solution that doesn't require us to touch every Mac because it isn't really sustainable at that point, we want to be able to add/remove/change network drives at any given time without having to do anything other than edit the login script (how it works for our PCs). Any suggestions?