mapped netowork drives

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all of my users are on our local LAN and receives a login srcript from one of the two DNS servers and creates there network drives for them (file and print, Shared drives etc..etc..) . They all get a valid IP address can use the internet and can receive and send email no problem. how ever when they try to access a network shared drive. None of the drives appear in there list of drives. If I do a ipconfig /release and reboot. They receive there logon scripts and get there network drives correctly any answers as too why at the first bootup they are missing there network drives.

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Did you look at the Network information (ipconfig /all) before and after you did the release? If so, was there any changes in the information (i.e. different dns info, ip address, etc.)?

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  • Spdtech
    Maybe if you include in your script a disconnect for the network drives and then connect it will work properly. For one of my network drives I had to do it this way for it to correctly map the network drive.
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