I was talking to one of the SysOps at Brainshare this past week and he
mentioned that there is a way to truncate the IP address (8-character HEX)
by using the >> modifier. For me, this doesn't seem to be working.

What I'm trying to do is set up my login scripts so that the users' Home
Directories map back to their home server, but all of the Network-Installed
application directories map to the closest server. All of our servers have
a 16-bit subnet mask with .1.2 for the IP address. (ie: 10.10.1.2,
10.11.1.2, etc.)

Right now, extremely simplified, the login script is as follows:

MAP ROOT H:=%HOME_DIRECTORY
MAP ROOT G:=MAINSERVER\Vol1:Apps

In this case, The server MAINSERVER needs to be replaced with an IP of
10.10.1.2 (0A0A0102) and the workstation's IP is 10.10.2.16 (0A0A0210).

Thanks for any assistance,

Jason R
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