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    Thankyou to the people who helped me sort out the connection problem I was having with the staff share it does seem that since I'm using Z: rather than B: drive letter the Z: one doesn't disconnect or have any issues. Although now GP has applied all the computer now are showing two staff shares even though I deleted the old staff share (B and created a new one (Z on group policy anyone know why the B: drive isn't disappearing???

    So close but so far....

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    Have you tried running gpupdate /force ?

    Would it be possible that the original group policy is cached on the local machine? GP is a wild beast that we can only hope to tame.



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