unable to find network after reboot


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Guest

Hi all.

I have manually mapped a network drive to G: \\Fs1\Server_G. I ticked the
choise "always reconnect after logon". That didn't worked. The system didn't
make the reconnection after the reboot. After every reboot


SO I created a script to run during start up in order to map a network
drive. This drive is on a server.


@echo off
net use /persistent:NO
net use G: /del /YES
net use G: \\Fs1\Server_G
net use

When i try to reboot the pc (XP PRO SP2) i get

unable to find the network connection.
And then i get the error 1231 System error.
It seems that after reboot the pc cannot find the network connection and as
a result it doesn't make the mapping

Thanks for any help
 
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Robert L [MVP - Networking]

What's the system error if you do "net view \\fs1"?

Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
Hi all.

I have manually mapped a network drive to G: \\Fs1\Server_G. I ticked the
choise "always reconnect after logon". That didn't worked. The system didn't
make the reconnection after the reboot. After every reboot


SO I created a script to run during start up in order to map a network
drive. This drive is on a server.


@echo off
net use /persistent:NO
net use G: /del /YES
net use G: \\Fs1\Server_G
net use

When i try to reboot the pc (XP PRO SP2) i get

unable to find the network connection.
And then i get the error 1231 System error.
It seems that after reboot the pc cannot find the network connection and as
a result it doesn't make the mapping

Thanks for any help
 
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John Wunderlich

I have manually mapped a network drive to G: \\Fs1\Server_G. I
ticked the choise "always reconnect after logon". That didn't
worked. The system didn't make the reconnection after the reboot.
After every reboot

Is it possible that your network is a wireless network? It usually
takes about a minute or two after boot-up/login to establish a wireless
connection. It's possible that it gives up trying before then.

HTH,
John
 

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