Greetings, --I'm having, a great deal of, difficulty with Windows NT 4.0's Default User Home Directory feature. Microsoft says that one can create these directories when a new user account is created in a Domain. I followed the procedure for creating users with no success. --What I've done: --First I created a folder named Users in the root drive as in C:\Users. I shared this folder, and gave administrators group full control share permission and Users group change share permissions. I gave similar security permissions to the Share. Beneath this folder I created user folders with folder names matching the usernames of the domain users, and left them unshared. I gave administrators Full Control, the users (RWX)(RWXD). Supposedly, after all of this has been done and a user logsin from a NT workstation, a new mapped share should appear in their My Computer pointing to "\\%LOGONSERVER%\Users\%USERNAME%". It did not. The share only got as far as "\\%LOGONSERVER%\User". That's the first problem I encountered. The second problem occurred when users used applications such as Microsoft Office, or what have you, and tried to save to their home folders on the server. This also did not happen. The applications defaulted to their local C:\Winnt\Profiles\%username%\Personal or My Documents folder to save their work. Ideally, the application should have saved at their server assigned work folders. I tried server scripts (Kixtart, Batch, etc...) to create the shares and that didn't work. --After all of that failed, I installed Microsoft Distributed File System(DFS) to accomplish the task. This solved the first problem of creating the right shares (\\%LOGONSERVER%\Users\%USERNAME%) on the workstations. It did not resolve the second problem of forcing the applications to save the users' work to their home folders at the server. --I know that I can do this manually, either, through the options menu on the applications (if available) or through the registry. However, when you consider the amount of users and workstations that one has to do, it becomes a time-consuming job. The reason I'm doing this is because the users are elementary school users (1-6). The older kids can look for their folders but the younger ones will have great problems and most teachers don't know their way around computers. --My question is, does anyone have any idea of how this can be accomplished, a magical script, one shot solution? I'll even take a solution as to batch edit the registry entries of all workstations for all users in one single shot. --Any thoughts would be appretiated? Thanks, MH PS. I'm also looking for any software, script that will allow me to logon/logoff a whole set of account users from the server to speed up the process. Security is not an issue in the lab. I just want to have computers up, running, and logged in ready for the classes.