Drive mapping lost

  • Thread starter ¨¨*~ Sylvain ~*¨¨
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¨¨*~ Sylvain ~*¨¨

Hi,

We're having intermitent problems on some WinXP Pro machines that are not
mapping all of their network drives. I'd say 1 out of 3 times, when they
boot or reboot, they don't have all or part of their drive mappings. The
machines are on a Win2000 domain running AD and the mappings are defined in
the following login script:

@echo off

REM Login Script for all users to map to the user drive

REM NET USE P: /delete /yes
REM NET USE Q: /delete /yes
REM NET USE T: /delete /yes
REM NET USE U: /delete /yes


echo.
echo.
echo.
echo.
echo.
echo.
echo.
echo.
echo.
echo *********************************************
echo **NETWORK DRIVE MAPPING IN PROGRESS **
echo **
**
echo **
**
echo ** PLEASE WAIT
**
echo *********************************************


REM Map Global Drives
NET USE P: \\Server01\folder1
NET USE Q: \\Server03\rd
NET USE T: \\Server01\tempfile

if not "%OS%"=="Windows_NT" goto win98

REM Map User drive
NET USE U: \\Server01\users\%username%

:win98
NET USE U: \\Server01\users


if not exist "C:\Program Files\Trend Micro\PC-cillin 2003"
\\Server02\OScan\pccsrv\autopcc.exe

REM Synchronise workstation time with server
NET TIME \\Server01 /set /yes

exit


Thank you
 
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Cary Shultz [A.D. MVP]

Sylvain,

I might suggest that you look at the WINXP "Optimize Network Logon" setting.
This will often cause problems with logon scripts.

HTH,

Cary
 
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¨¨*~ Sylvain ~*¨¨

Sorry, I can't seem to find this setting.


Cary Shultz said:
Sylvain,

I might suggest that you look at the WINXP "Optimize Network Logon" setting.
This will often cause problems with logon scripts.

HTH,

Cary
 
K

Kris Shaw

Hi,

You can also get problems if the workstations are attached to a
network switch that performs spanning tree when port become slive
(e.g. Cisco catylst). The effect is that XP can't see the network
during the start-up and logon stage, so scripts don't run.

Kris.
 
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