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    Cool Missing mapped drives

    We have a intermittent problem where mapped drives are missing from logon sessions. Logging in again normally sorts it out but it can be problem if you have started a piece of work before you notice that there are no network drives.

    I am wondering if this is a general problem with GP processing or just something to do with asynchronous scriping timings (I seem to recall once drives appearing after long delay of 5 minutes or more).

    Would using admin templates be more reliable?

    Thanks in advance
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    I always find it more reliable to use logon scripts than a GP setting.
    Have you considered this approach at all ?

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    We use login scripts here also, with a large kix script specifying mappings based on user group.
    Apart from when a computer doesnt have a network connection, it gets the mapping 99% of the time..



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