I had to disconnect from a mapped shared drive at work. Now, it seems I cannot re-map it. However, if I type in the address on Windows Explorer, I can certainly browse to it and access files within it. Note that this does NOT happen with any other mapped drives, just this one.

Running the net use command gives me error 67

How can I successfully re-map this drive?

The computers on the domain are all Windows10, while the domain manager is 2008 Windows Server. I am unsure about the details of the shared drive itself.


The issue was about access restrictions. I could indeed connect to \Server on windows explorer, but within it, I was able to access only some folders (ie \Server\folderA but not \Server\folderB). Therefore, I had to map to \Server\folderA and not the main \Server path

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