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Remembered Network Connections

By pault ·
I use NT logon scripts to control which users on my network have access to which network shares and when. This is all very well in Windows 95/98, but as I'm migrating to Windows 2000 Professional I'm finding that the workstations remember their previous network connections, making the logon script almost pointless. How can I make Windows 2000 professional forget it's connections on shutdown? Anyone help?

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by jpoandl In reply to Remembered Network Connec ...

You may want to try to modify your NET USE COMMAND in your logon script.


NET USE * /delete
NET USE f: \\fileserver1\share /persistent:NO

Hope this helps...

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by pault In reply to Remembered Network Connec ...

Thanks. I've never fully explored the use of Command line utilities, although my use of them is increasing. That's another one to add to my list. Perhaps I ought to read the /? page in furute?!

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