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This folder contains the home folders of all the people set up as users on your Mac. When you’re logged in, the icon for your home folder looks like a folder with a house on it, and the other home folders look like regular folders. If you log out and someone else logs in, that person’s home folder then looks like a house. Pretty slick, eh? You can do this with any file or folder. Yes, you can reassign folders different images if you prefer too. Pro Tip: I’ve been writing about Mac and MacOS X for years. Please check out my extensive Mac help library for lots of useful tutorials. Enhances the Open/Save dialogs in all of your applications. Default Folder X lets you. Go faster: Quickly navigate through folders with hierarchical menus that expand as you mouse over them. Do it all: Preview, tag, rename, compress, delete or add comments to files in any Open or Save dialog. Just click: Need to save a file in a folder you have open in the Finder? Default Folder X enhances the Open and Save dialogs in all of your applications so you can Go faster: Quickly navigate through folders with hierarchical menus that expand as you mouse over them. Do it all: Preview, tag, rename, compress, delete or add comments to files in any Open or Save dialog.

Some confusion on your part:

Under normal operations, the default folders (for a home folder in Mac OS X) *are* created at first login.

That's different from either full network homes, or portable home directories (where local folders sync with the user's home folder on the server). The latter of which might require ExtremeZ-IP (on your Windows server) offering AFP, as very probably many Mac-specific files (file types) might not sync correctly via SMB.
Perhaps start with

The Macs should auto-mount their Windows server-based homes, '

Use UNC path from Active Directory to derive network home location

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When this option is enabled, if the Active Directory user account record has a home folder specified, the Mac mounts the location and creates a link in the Dock. The default protocol is SMB, but it can be set to AFP'
For which (AFP) you'd need EZIP on your Windows server.
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