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  • 2003 domain/2008 server

    I installed and migrated to a new file server last week.

    2003 domain/2008 file server.

    When the login script runs, but not all users are affected by this problem, some do not get a mapping to the new server drives. But once the machine comes up, if the login script is run, they get their mappings. Any ideas?
    Thanks in advance
    CC



    File01 is the problem child


    Login.bat
    net use n: /delete
    net use p: /delete
    net use u: /delete
    net use i: /delete
    net use m: /delete
    net use s: /delete
    net use J: /delete
    net use G: /delete

    net use i: \\ts01\vtrak1 /persistent:yes
    net use m: \\file01\sys /persistent:yes
    net use n: \\smru-server1\fundbalance /persistent:yes
    net use p: \\file01\sys /persistent:yes
    net use u: \\server01\users /persistent:yes
    net use s: \\smru-server1\public /persistent:yes
    net use J: \\smru-server1\J /persistent:yes
    net use g: \\smru-server1\BILL_RUNS /persistent:yes

  • #2
    Re: 2003 domain/2008 server

    Once WHAT machine comes up?
    Which drives are on the new server?
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: 2003 domain/2008 server

      When a local workstation finishes logging in "comes up" and users have access to the desktop.

      File01 is the new server running 2008. This is the first 2008 server being used for file share. I have one more to roll out, but holding up until I resolve this issue. All other 2008 servers are application servers.

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      • #4
        Re: 2003 domain/2008 server

        I've no idea what you meant...
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