Hi all I'm currently working at a netlogon script. I came as far as you can see below (the comments are in german, so, ignore them ); @echo off cls REM Scripted by B.Grob / Cropmark AG REM ** Variable ipadress deklarieren ** for /f "Tokens=2 Delims= skip=1" %%i in ('ping -n 1 %computername%') do set IPAdress=%%i REM ** Bestimmen des Subnetz ** If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.0.0 Goto unbekannt If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.100.9 Goto 100 If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.100.99 Goto 100 If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.100.255 Goto 100 If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.200.9 Goto 200 If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.200.99 Goto 200 If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.200.255 Goto 200 If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.222.9 Goto 222 If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.222.99 Goto 222 If %IpAdress% LEQ 192.168.222.255 Goto 222 If %IPAdress% GEQ 192.168.255.0 Goto unbekannt GOTO ENDE REM ** Bei Welchem Subnetz was machen ** REM ** Subnet 192.168.100.0 ** :100 net use * /delete y y y net use p: \\server8\server8 goto ende REM ** Subnet 192.168.200.0 ** :200 net use * /delete y y y net use p: \\server6\server6 goto ende REM ** Subnet 192.168.222.0 ** :222 net use * /delete y y y net use p: \\server4\server4 goto ende REM ** Subnet grösser oder kleiner als der definierte Bereich ** :unbekannt shutdown /l Goto ende :ende Now, i have two questions; 1. To define in which subnet the client is, I had to check three times (1 for 1-digit ips, 1 for 2-digit ips, 1 for 3-digit ips). I really belive this isn't the nice way to programm a script, but I don't know how to do it correctly. I tryed it with 192.168.100.* or 192.168.100.???, but neither of them worked. 2. As you can see, I delete the currently mapped networkshares in a really ugly way, but didn't found a better way yet. The three y's are for the confirmation that is needed. There must be a better way for this (or better, I hope there is a better way), didn't found out which one it is untill now. I hope somone can help..