• Hide mapped drives through log on script in Windows XP Professional SP3

    Hi Is it possible to hide a mapped drive from view in the "My Computer" folder? I have all my drives mapped by scripts on logon, I'm wanting to hide the S: drive but it is essential that it is mapped as many RM Software runs through this drive, this is my script:...

    Philcrox160 pointsBadges:
  • Windows very slow repsonse with mapped drives. –

    I manage a network of around 50 computers. Two of these systems are VERY slow in bringing up a Windows explorer window that also has mapped drives (the window opens and is blank for 30-40 seconds then fully populates with all mapped and local drives). The other computers on the network seem to be...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • Keep Getting Disabled on i5/OS NetServer

    We're running V7.1 and are running into an issue with about 5-7 users that are disabled daily from the mapped drive to the IFS. All of our users have the drive map on login and all of our username and passwords are different on the Windows and iSeries side but it's only effecting 5-7 users. I can...

    pantherguy65 pointsBadges:
  • Mapping Network Drives in Citrix???

    We have four Citrix servers and when our users connect we have to manually map their drives each time they connect to a different server. Once you have connected to all of them the drives are always visible, but for new employees the process is tedious and frustrating. is there a script we can...

    Tim204320 pointsBadges:
  • Running automatic Windows Backups from Windows Server 2008 R2

    How can I run automatic Windows Backups from a Windows 2008 R2 server. Can I store the files on a mapped drive off site?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Mapping a drive from Windows server 2008 R2 to Ubuntu share

    I need to map a drive from my Windows Server 2008 R2 box to a Ubuntu share. I cannot get it to work. How can I achieve this? Sent via email.

    ITKE351,275 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking access to network neighborhood on Windows XP SP3

    Can we block access to network neighborhood on Windows XP SP3 using a group policy? Will this block network shares already mapped as mapped drives?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Shared workgroup folder in Windows 7

    I have a workgroup of about 10 clients working from a shared folder. When it was set up the credentials were entered (using connect with different credentials) to map the folder to each PC successfully. We are now getting the pop up window sporadically asking to re-authenticate to the drive. The...

    ConFlicker210 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco VPN mapped drives issues

    Hello all, I have a weird issue with my company's VPN. we are using cisco vpn via ASA firewall. When people login into VPN and want to browse our main shared drive, some of then get not a full list of folders. This issue seems to be with more or less the same group of people, but I am not convinced...

    Mariulia185 pointsBadges:
  • Map Drive Without UNC

    My customer purchased client mgmt software with multiple user licenses. The software developer says in order for the software to work properly in multi-user mode i need to load it onthe C drive of the server, fully share the C drive, and map this drive to the other computers without using UNC: "...

    Dbsi20065 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 7 AD users connecting to OS X servers via login script.

    We have several Windows 7 users that will need to access Mac OS X servers. How can we make this happen via an AD login script? What needs to be modified on the server or client?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Mobile user can’t access mapped drives in local area

    [html xmlns=""> Hello all. I have an unusual problem. Here is the situation. We have a head office domain with file servers based here in New Zealand. We also have a remote server at our Melbourne, Australia office. We use file sync software to mirror different folders to the remote server so that...

    TracyGS70 pointsBadges:
  • Snow Leopard users authenticating against AD – How?

    on the network to our Windows 2003 AD server? How about home directories and other mapped network drives? 

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition (Map drive disconnects)

    Dear Sir,     some time map drive disconnet from WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ENTERPRISES EDITION. How can resolve this problem. Thanking You. Devinder Kumar    

    Itjob30 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2000 Update Rollup1 and AS/400

    I installed Update Rollup1 for Windows 2000 SP4 and can't delete any files on maped drive on AS/400. There has been sharing violation. Please, help.

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  • Mapped drive will not reconnect on VPN (it used to)

    At work I connect with ethernet and map drives to (2) computers and a "terra" station.  When I am at home, I [strong]was[/strong] able to VPN into these same devices.  Recently (after a possible company update) I am no longer able to connect to the terra station.  I still connect to the (2)...

    SparrowHawk15 pointsBadges:
  • connection lose on domain

    One of our newer domains is having a problem with connection to mapped drives, server, internet, and shared printer connection lose. Once the connection is dropped it will not re-sync or reconnect to mapped drives ect... untill a full reboot is done. We've not done much in the way of changing any...

    Madpawn220 pointsBadges:
  • Mapped drive to IFS

    whne the pc boots up and it connect to the ifs. where does it get the password from and how does that get updated when a password changes on the as400

    Kirederf40 pointsBadges:
  • Recommendation: system process using a mapped drive

    My Setup: Server A: Win2k / Access2000 Server B: Win2k3 / Access2007 I have a syncing application that will look for changes on my ServerB database, and replicate those changes to the ServerA DB. This application is based around a mapped drive. What I am trying to secure is a method that will work...

    DaveLockard50 pointsBadges:
  • Scan network for each computers Mapped Drives

    Hello, Our companies network and shared network drives has become majorly disorganized. I was wondering if anyone had ideas on how to check computers on the network and view what networked drives they have in My Computer. Thank you for the input

    Chetta100 pointsBadges:

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