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Win 2008 Group Policy : Does Drive Maps (GPP) run before Logon Script setting? Both user configs are set within same policy [duplicate]

I'm on Win 2008 R2 DC with XP and Win7 desktops. On one of User GPOs, there is Drive Maps and Logon Script configured. Drive Maps are under GPP, and Logon Script is under user config. Both user ...
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How to create a Map Drive with Username and Password for different folders [closed]

How can i create a map drive with a username and password required when accessing the drive? i already have map drives and i already input a username and password in ( Connect as optional ) field. ...
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Hosting sites on mapped drives

My question is simple, We have an web server running windows 2008 with IIS. We map a network drive from our storage facilities to it and host the site that way. I am wondering if there are likely to ...
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0answers
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Terminal Server 2008 not mounting drive at logon because 'unknown username or bad password'

We have a 2008 Terminal Server connected to a Windows black box on the network. The TS has a group policy applied to it that maps drives (Group Policy Preference in computer section) at logon. The ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Map User Specific Drive

On our old Windows 2003 SBS, the guy that set up the network created a login script that fired to map some drives and add a network printer. I would like to do away with that script and just use the ...
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770 views

Active Directory Mapped Drive won't stay connected

WinSrv08R2. I have a drive mapped to Win7 clients via Group Policy that's on another computer (an OS X server, mapped via "\serverIP\folder"). EVERY time the user logs out and then back in, it pops up ...
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Mapping a Local Drive to Drive on Windows 2008 Server running on Amazon EC2?

We are exploring the use of a Windows Server 2008 micro instance running on Amazon EC2 for a Apache+MySQL+PHP development web server that we could could administer for our client to allow their ...
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1answer
310 views

Mapping a Drive to File Server (Win2008) results in incorrect password / username error after Reboot or Logoff/in

Here is the setup. Very small network. Windows 2008 with a single folder shared as 'Data'. Win2k8 server (called Server) has user account called Staff that is part of Users group. On a network ...
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550 views

Does Windows Server 2008 R2 cache mapped network drive files?

In my Win2k8 AD server the default group policy maps a drive letter to a geographically distant site connected via VPN. Normally typing in the network path in the Explorer address takes at least 10 ...
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1answer
629 views

“Path Not Found” when attempting to write to a sub folder within a mapped drive

We have an interesting issue with one of our server shares, or possibly, our Win 7 desktops. When our users try to save files in a sub folder, either via copy/paste or through an application, to a ...
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2answers
144 views

How to see what drive letters are mapped for network drive?

Is there a way to see what drive letters are in use for network drives?
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Desktop machine tries to map network drive with the wrong credentials

I'm on a Windows domain. And I have a user that is trying to access the C$ admin share on one of our servers. He has all the proper permissions, and usually tries to access the share via run ...
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1answer
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Connecting to a Windows Server 2008 through VPN

I have this issue, I have a W2K8 Server in which I'd like to establish a VPN Connection for a small group of Users (like 7 or 8). Heres some information about the server obtained by using cmd > ...
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2answers
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My mapped network drive keeps losing password to Win Server 2008 share

We have WinXP machines on a domain which have a mapped network drive to a share on a Server 2008 computer that is not in the domain. The credentials on the share are a local account on the Server 2008 ...
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1answer
915 views

Missing Home Folder XP Clients 2008R2 Domain

We just completed a migration from Server 2003 to Server 2008R2. Everything seems to have gone well except that many of our desktops have stopped mapping the Home Folder as set in Active Directory. ...
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1answer
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Windows Server 2008 mapped drives not showing on workstations?

I am running Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition with a Windows XP Pro workstation setup as a test unit. I have added an Organisational Unit called 'Misc Users' and have linked a GP called 'Basic ...
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net use command - system error 5 while mapping a network drive

I got a system error 5 while mapping a network drive of a server to my local machine using the net use command. This error doesn't occur when I use Administrator account of the server. When I use my ...
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2answers
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mapping server 2008 network drive to vista home premium x64

We have a windows server 2008 box at my work place. I want to map a drive from the server to my laptop. I use windows vista home premium x64. I am connected to my workplace through VPN. i can map ...