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How can I map a network drive from another domain?

I am using terminal-service server with Windows Server 2012 and we have two terminal servers share trough NLB, users connect to a terminal in the DOMAIN1 domain with Remote Desktop Connection (see ...
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2answers
215 views

network drive auto disconnect after 10 mins in windows server 2003

I am working on windows server 2003 and when i run my script , it access data from remote network drive x: . so windows cannot make connection after 10 minutes , when i log off my computer. ...
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0answers
139 views

Why should ROBOCOPY (XP026, the Windows Server 2003 version) work better through a mapped drive than local?

This page suggests that mapping a local drive to a network drive and using the network drive will help with permissions issues. This doesn't make sense to me, because: ROBOCOPY /B is supposed to ...
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4answers
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Sometimes do not get network drive maps in Windows 7 Enterprise

I have a user that has a AD (Windows 2003) loginscript that maps a number of drives. The user has to traverse an external network to login to the domain. It is a pretty reliable connection but it's ...
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1answer
68 views

2003 files server

I have a Windows 2003 Server which is hosting files on a raid 5 array. When I restart the server to install update etc all workstaions on the network have to be restarted to connect to the server ...
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1answer
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Mapped network drives using GPO falsely showing disconnected

Network drives are mapped using GPO, however some of the drives are showing up as "Disconnected Network Drive X:" even though they are connected. The icon shows them as connected and if you click on ...
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3answers
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Move website by switching drive letters

I want to move all website data from one drive to another as the storage is almost full. As I also want to keep the drive letter to the website drive I thought of switching the drive letters in ...
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3answers
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Disconnected Network Drive [closed]

We have a big problem that's just started happening. One of our network apps (may it rot in hell) requires a mapped network drive to function. Therefore, we map a drive to the network share in ...
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2answers
2k views

Make sure a network drive stays connected

On a Windows Server 2003, I keep losing the connection to the network drives - or to be more specific - they disconnect. Now I can simply log on and double-click the network drives, and they without ...
1
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1answer
613 views

ByPass credential prompting on drive map - windows server 2k3

I have 2 windows server 2k3 machines - server A and server B, Server A is on the company domain, and Server B is not. I have a need to bypass the credential prompting that happens every time I map a ...
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1answer
68 views

Vista Workstation Creates Documents folder on 2003 File Server

I have a lab of notebook running vista they map to a h drive on a windows 2003 server r2. The users that have xp dont have this issue but the vista users home drives changed their structure on the ...
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2answers
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Sharing a Folder on a USB Drive

I've been running a 5-drive software RAID under Windows 2003 Server. When it fails, it causes really strange problems that are difficult to deduce. After the third occurrence, I've decided to try ...
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2answers
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Mapped drive inaccessible after router reboot

I have a server with a mapped drive on it (maps to a directory on another server across the network). I also have an application that writes a file to the mapped drive (regularly scheduled, but ...
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4answers
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How can I map a VMS directory on a Windows 2003 Server?

Is this even possible without compromising the server's security?