One possible way to do this would be through a VBScript that dumps out the existing drive letter mappings, deletes them, and then creates DFS shares. You would need someone who knows VBScript fairly well to do this, but the advantage of writing a script is that once written for a given workstation it can be run on any of the machines in the organization and would need little supervision.
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