Windows Thread, windows network problems in Technical; Not completely sure where this needs to go but seeing as its a windows network i'll start off here. I ...
20th April 2009, 04:52 PM #1
20th April 2009, 05:17 PM #2
if you still have any mapped drives which point to bill or jill, my computer will take ages to load as it tries to open the connections and they fail. Make sure you update the login scripts with the mapped drives to the new locations. You might want to add the line net use /del * /y to clear any old mapped drives first.
As for the right click context menu. Is there anything in there which used resources on the old servers? Such as maybe a network application which was run from there etc. That might need reinstalling to update the shortcuts etc
The amount of times i ran into miscellaneous troubles and problem was dns related i lost count. Sp might be worth checking DNS ?
20th April 2009, 05:26 PM #3
Make sure your logon script that is managing your network drives is deleting the old ones first so if you have an O:\ drive mapped to something u want to put in "NET USE O: /DELETE" Before actually having the new one map. Also might be worth blanking the profiles?
21st April 2009, 12:09 PM #4
21st April 2009, 12:34 PM #5
and if you have roming profiles on the server for user accouns DEL them so it removes all trace of the old server and
or just the do a search for NTUSER.DAT and del them all
for for me
21st April 2009, 12:58 PM #6
Ye we had a similar problem when students clicked save as it look them back to the old server, which is why we ended up having to clear everyone's profile, and make sure all the paths in the GPO pointed everyone to the new location and that all students mapped to the new server.
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