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    Home drive mapping to top level share

    While its the holiday and i now have some time i though i would ask on here about a problem that's been bugging me for ages.

    Some times when a user logs in there home drives some times don't map to there individual area but rather to the top share.


    Server 2003 domain, the area was on a windows server and is now on a SAN, part of me thinks that part of the login is missed when they login?


    Any ideas.
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    we've had this a few times, were using server 2008r2 throughout. a logout and back in again usually works though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbrunt View Post
    we've had this a few times, were using server 2008r2 throughout. a logout and back in again usually works though.
    Yeah that's the one, we have two dc's as 2003 and our main one is 2008, its driving me nuts and i cant seem to find any fix for it.

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    I'm having the samething occasionally with Win7 machines with SP1, schema is 2008 R2, (one 2003 DC currently schema master, one 2008 R2 DC jus global catalog), shares are all on the 2003.

    It is so intermitent, one thing though, are you running SP1 on Windows 7 as their are a number of problems with folder redirections.

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    No were still on XP, my gut still tells me its some sort of interruption on login so it misses some part of the information telling the pc were to point the H:\

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob101 View Post
    Yeah that's the one, we have two dc's as 2003 and our main one is 2008, its driving me nuts and i cant seem to find any fix for it.
    I am just guessing here. Mixed Windows Domain controllers with server 2003 and 2008. Their can be a lot of factors that i can spit ball around



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