this is something strange to me.
the user's home folder in the format of \\server\users$\%username% is mapped
to H: and is defined in te user's account property (not via a logon script).
It is expected that when a user logs on, H: drive should autmatically mapped
to \\server\users$\%usrname%. This is true for most users in most of times.
However, occasionaly some users reported that when they logged on, the H:
drive mapped to \\server\users$ ie the parent folder. When this happens,
disconnect H: and then log-off and on again the correct mapping recovered.
The myth is how could this happen?
As the share \\server\users$ has permission for all users, a user in theory
can map a drive to it. But in reality, unless H: drive has disappeared a
user normally won't re-map it.
Can anyone explain this?
Has anyone had similar exerience?