Disconnected Network Drive

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I have a Win XP SP2 system connected to a single domain, it uses a simple batch file to map a handful of drives. When it first boots everything looks good, after a while you open the windows explorer and it shows drives from A to Z and the ones that were never mapped show as "Disconnected Network Drive (drive_letter:)". I have 50 other systems configured the same way and they all work fine, I have no idea where this is coming from or how to fix it. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
ASKED: February 18, 2006  12:29 PM
UPDATED: February 20, 2006  5:43 PM

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  • Danielmr
    does this computer has the same hardware as all the other computers?( i mean no extra cd/dvd) have you checked under control panel/administrative tools/computer management/dsk management to see if the drive letters are not already taken by a usb drive or another network path?
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  • Joco1141
    download a utility called tune up utilities 2006 from www.tune-up.com. after your install the program go the the systemcontrol choice and scroll down till you find the drives tab. you can use this utility to do a lot of customizing to your desktop. it will fix the problem. it sounds like you have a script running though when you log on.
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