I have searched high and low for a solution for this. I'm setting up Cisco
WAFS devices (to replace our field servers - again, don't ask :)

The connectivity will be like this:

User -> "Edge" WAFS device -> "Core" WAFS device -> NW 6.5 Cluster

The Edge device cannot talk ncp. Therefore I have to use 'net use' to do
all the drive mappings to it. It behaves like an exported CIFS volume, or
like a Windows server (as I understand Windows servers, which isn't all
that great). The users basically have to "map" to it using netbios/wins
calls.

This works ok, but I have a need to do something like this in the login
script:

IF MEMBER OF "ORA7WIN" THEN
MAP INS S16:=I:\ORANT16\BIN
MAP INS S16:=I:\ORANT\BIN
END

Has anyone found a way to accomplish this using 'net use' commands as
opposed to 'map ins'? I can probably get sloppy with it and make it work,
but if there is an elegant way to create a search drive mapping with 'net
use' I'd like to do that.

Thanks,
Sam