Windows 7 Thread, System Error 58 - Mapped drive from NAS in Technical; Hey guys,
Recently i have implemented a Synology DiskStation 214+ NAS server at my school. In preparation for a server ...
21st January 2014, 11:34 AM #1
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System Error 58 - Mapped drive from NAS
Recently i have implemented a Synology DiskStation 214+ NAS server at my school. In preparation for a server rebuild, i have moved data from a shared drive on a server, to the NAS, and edited my log on scripts to match the new mapped drive, but on a windows 7 pro client, it doesnt map.
The CMD window comes up with System Error 58, and skips mapping the drive. The NAS is joined to the domain, and has had permissions set. I have all XP clients site wide, and they map the drive fine, it's just this one W7 client im using for testing that does it. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance!
22nd January 2014, 10:49 AM #2
I once mapped a NAS to all teachers through group policy and i warn you now it causes all kind of issues. We had 20min + blank screens at logon because so many people were trying to connect to the mapped drive.
I recommend a NAS mapped drive its not pushed out via GPO or script to a large amount of users.
Can you map the drive manually on the Windows 7 workstation?
23rd January 2014, 09:18 AM #3
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I haven't had any of them issues yet (touchwood), the drive on the NAS has been mapped over a week now and no problems have been reported. I booted up a different windows 7 laptop, and had the drive map there absolutely fine, so it just seems to be this one PC that doesn't work. I also only have around 80/90 PCs being used at any one time so not a huge amount. Thanks for the reply!
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