What I'm Looking For: I want users to be able to login with their AD accounts & with a script mount their AD home folder. The issue is I don't like how the OS X AD Plugin works. I don't want to mount the server, I want to mount the users share itself so they do not need to go digging for their share. Ideally I would like a share to be mounted directly to the users share. This way when everyone goes to save a file it will show up in the finder and they are not having to go through a structure of folders just to find their share. Without this when the users click on the server there are over 2,000 other user shares that they need to sift through to find theirs. Though the others are denied access it's a waste of time and hard for some to figure out where they need to go. What I Have To Work With: I have the below Apple Script which checks for the logged into users name then uses it to mount the share. It works but still mounts the "SERVER" no the "SHARE". Is there a way I can add to this script so that the "MyName" which is the users ID can be the actual mounted share in the finder? Thank you to everyone that can help with this!!!! Code: set MyName to do shell script "whoami" tell application "Finder" mount volume "smb://SERVER/SHARE/" & MyName & ";" & MyName & ":password" end tell .