In fact, what happens is that the Worker runs setuid to the job's owner. This isn't the same as loading the user's .cshrc or .bashrc file, so variables defined in those files may not get set. You can control the job's execution environment explicitly by defining environment variables into the /etc/init.d Worker scripts, or by setting them as part of the package of job commands that land on the Worker.
% qbsub --flags export_environment sleep 10
Qube! is capable of mounting the current network mounted windows drives. This can either be specified in the qb.conf (settable directly with a text editor or through the QubeGUI) or detected on the submission client host. The format and location for the qb.conf file is discussed in the Administrator's Guide.
% qbsub --flags auto_mount dir H: