net use H: \\NODDY22\%Username%$
Of course, it becomes a problem when you need to change some of the users to another server. Say for load balancing.
So you think to yourself, “Oh, I’ll just use the %homeshare% variable!”
(%homeshare% contains the link to the user’s home directory, as stored in Active Directory).
net use H: %homeshare%
All goes fine, until someone logs onto a Citrix/Terminal Server.
“Wahhhh, I don’t have a home drive anymore”.
The cause? In the AD User Properties, you have a Profiles tab AND a Terminal Services Profile tab.
Guess which %homeshare% is loaded when you log on to a Terminal Server? That’ll be the one in the Terminal Services Profile tab Chucky. And yes, it was different from the users normal home directory.