I am having a bit of trouble with getting drive mappings to work how I would like with clustering. Our main problem is that the drive names (the names windows gives the drives) are way too long. Is some apps our users are not able to see the drive letter. Our configuration:
2 node cluster
Cluster name: Milwaukee X.X.X.50
Cluster pool1: Milwaukee_Indian_Server X.X.X.51
Cluster pool2: Milwaukee_Arctic_Server X.X.X.52

When mapping drives I have tried the following:
map root g:= milwaukee_docs:
Result: gives me a short drive name but does not work in a failover.

map root g:= X.X.X.50\docs:
Result: gives me a short drive name but does not work in a failover.

map root g:= X.X.X.51\docs:
Result: Gives me a long drive name but works in a failover.

By long drive name I mean: Docs on 'Milwaukee_indian_server' (G:) -vs- Docs on 'Milwaukee' (G:) it doesn't seem like a big difference until you get into a non resizable open window.

If there is not a way to get the script to work, is there a way to change the name for that it is something shorter. I have read the TID on cluster mappings and it seems to talk about CVSBIND but there does not seem to be a good explaination as to what this does.
Can you help point me in the right direction... better yet how is everyone else doing the mappings?