We have an old 2003 server (I know, we should have decommissioned this a long time ago), and we have a user who has an issue with a mapped drive.
The server and the user account are on our old domain, and they are mapping a drive to a server on the new domain, using the option to "Logon with other credentials". We are entering their new domain credentials, and the mapped drive works as expected.
However, upon log off and log back on, the mapped drive is connected, but they have lost access to folders they have permissions to. The only solution is to disconnect and remap the drive.
Could this be anything to do with NTLM settings in a group policy object, causing the credentials to not be saved upon a log off? I saw a mention of this in another article/forum post, but wasn't sure if it applied to us.
For note, the old domain is 2008 R2 functional level, and the new domain is 2012 R2 functional level.