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Missing Network drives in Explorer

By OopAck ·
Recently, while fixing a problem, I mapped a network drive to a folder that is normally mapped for me auto. during login. I did not select "Reconnect at login", but now when I log in using a login script from an NT4 domain I cannot see any of my network drives in Windows explorer EXCEPT for the one I had mapped manually. Yet if I use an OPEN dialog from an app. I can see & access all of them.

If I disconnect this drive, log out (not shut down) and log back in I see all drives in Explorer. It seems that the reconnect option is active if I shut down & restart.

What could be causing this and how can I fix it?

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by mshavrov In reply to Missing Network drives in ...

First of all you can do - troubleshoot your login script. Just go to "Advanced" options in your logon windows and turn on login script window. You will see all output messages you have during script execution. Most likely you will see your problem right away.

If you have more question or want to follow-up - just write me.

Good luck,

Michael Shavrov
MCSE W2K, MCSE+I, CCNP, CCDP, Security+

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by OopAck In reply to

Already looked at that; all commands complete succesfully except the drive that I had manually mapped. I get a drive in use error on that.

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