I'm trying to create a number of mapped drives for our company's users. Being a total newbie to this, I decided to keep it as simple as possible with a batch file. Here's the code:
net use H: /delete
net use H: \\ruffles\rnfile\Users\%USERNAME%
net use I: /delete
net use I: \\ruffles\rnfile\Working
net use J: /delete
net use J: \\ruffles\rnfile\Reference
net use K: /delete
net use K: \\ruffles\rnfile\Music
net use L: /delete
net use L: \\ruffles\rnfile\Software
net use M: /delete
net use M: \\ruffles\rnfile
net use N: /delete
net use O: /delete
When users log into their machines, it takes 10 minutes from password input to getting a desktop (only a black screen in the middle). When I log into their machines, I get it right away. This seems to only be happening in our Windows 7 machines. Even log produces this error:
The winlogon notification subscriber is taking a long time to handle notification even (startshell). - Error 6005
The winlogon notification subscriber was unavailable to handle a notification event. - Error 6006
Do your users have create permissions for the folder you are MDing to?
It does not look like your script has issues, from the error it looks more like you have a corrupted policy or something. Sometimes the old ones used for XP can have weird settings and such left in them that break 7. You should be using WMI filtering and a seporate policy for 7 if you are not already for the most reliable implementation.
Sounds like they do not have proper permissions to one or more shares. Additionally, if you have their Active Directory user accounts setup with a Home Directory and Drive Letter you could just use "NET USE /HOME" instead of "net use H: \\ruffles\rnfile\Users\%USERNAME%".