Setting up a Logon Script
The first step is to set up a FastTrack Logon Script
This is a simple and quick wizard-based process, where you point to your netlogon folder and you can just
click away until you have a fully working logon script, to replace your old one.
One of the pages in the configuration is "Drive Mappings", where you map your UNC shares.
You can also map cloud storage, such as SharePoint and OneDrive. Click the "Add SharePoint" to add a folder mapping:
Once you click the button, you will see a pop-up, where you must enter the url that you would use to access the
SharePoint web page for the same folder and the drive letter it must map to. That is all you need to do and click OK.
The user experience
When the user logs on, they will see the Office 365 logon screen once embedded in the FastTrack GUI, as shown below, before
the desktop is served. This is because mappings cannot take place without the user authenticating to your Azure AD first.
If the user clicks "Remember Me", the user will not be asked for credentials again. This logon process
happens only once, even if SharePoint folders are also mapped. If the user clicks cancel, there is no drive mapping and the
user will be asked again at next logo.
SharePoint Cloud vs LAN
If you are using SharePoint internally (versus cloud-based at sharepoint.com), you are not authenticating against Azure AD.
In this scenario, simply use file-based sharing and use the "Add UNC" button in the Logon Script Builder. This also voids the
need for the user to perform another logon to map the folders.