I have, like many others, set my NAS to a static IP, and mapped the NAS to reconnect at logon. This has to be resolved using batch files or something similar. WARNING: You can only remove this mapping the same way you created it, from the SYSTEM account. I decided it wasn't an issue each of these machines was having but rather something more systemic. I asked to look at the login script responsible for mapping drives. The original http://amptools.net/windows-7/net-exe-not-working-in-windows-7.html
As long as this startup is placed in the Startup folder, the drives will be mapped for administrator level programs too. Someone would leave to work from home or on a business trip, they would restart their laptop, and they would lose all of their mapped drives. Sunday, May 11, 2014 4:26 PM 0 Sign in to vote We have the same problem at work.Extensive googling has shown that this is an on-going problem not related to any
ok fine.. I have one running on my computer (Windows 7 Pro), I'll share in case anybody needs it. (FYI the Persistent command is not very reliable with Windows 7 networking, which is Let me know here or in the forum (http://www.groovypost.com/forum/ if you find a better answer! 🙂 Reply Lee January 22, 2010 at 8:17 am # When mapping to our server windows Windows 7 Not Mapping Network Drives Logon Script which apparently means diddly.
The next time the dialog is run it will try to unmap the drive, so either way it's not a problem. (I actually use Take Command Light Edition from JPSoft, which Mapped Network Drive Not Auto Reconnecting At Startup The contents of that are. There was a syntax problem there was well, but I corrected it and the syntax you see above is now correct. http://www.eightforums.com/network-sharing/28927-persistent-network-drive-mappings-not-very-persistent.html Thanks!
Then I mucked around with Credential Manager notmaking any changes but it worked. Windows 10 Does Not Reconnect To Mapped Network Drives Rather than go into the Step-by-step here, I'll write up a quick HOW-TO and link to it from here. -MrGroove Reply MrGroove August 25, 2008 at 2:39 pm # @Craig - To confirm this I ran the following command on the XP (File_machine).. Click Windows Start Button and Type CMD then Press Enter Key 2. Type net use z: /persistent:yes \servernameshare and Press Enter From the example above, feel free to use the
July 14, 2012 rws8258 The last post dropped a couple of things… In the “Command Prompt” window… C:\Users\User1>type “net HELP”… press "Enter" -and- Okay; now, try this… C:\Users\User1>type “net HELP USE”… http://winaero.com/blog/fix-windows-does-not-reconnect-to-mapped-network-drives/ Currently we have scripts that use Net Use on W2K3 boxes that map drives to a \\domain\data\share\, but I can't seem to get that to work on a W2K8 box. Mapped Drive Not Connecting At Startup Windows 7 Why not change that by mapping your network shares from the command prompt? Windows 7 Could Not Reconnect All Network Drives Lance Proposed as answer by Jaramie Wednesday, February 29, 2012 2:42 AM Saturday, February 11, 2012 5:53 PM 0 Sign in to vote That worked perfectly for me.
Is it Safe to Remove It? check my blog I had to do it to back up my NAS to Crashplan, and the trigger was set to happen when any user logged in. –Jim Hunziker Oct 27 '13 at 1:19 Friday, December 02, 2011 12:14 PM 0 Sign in to vote I've been having this issue ever since converting our XP workstations to Win 7 PRo x64. So if you use, for example, a scheduled ntbackuo job, System account must be used in 'Run as'. Network Drives Not Mapping Windows 7
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Then running a commandline program which read from NAS, paused the output, crashed that program, terminated using Task Manager, now drives no longer connecting. Mapped Drive Not Connecting At Startup Windows 10 Been struggling with this for a while –Tommy Aug 4 '11 at 13:42 6 After a reboot the mapped drive is gone. That's easy enough to fix.
Start > Run > type "Services.msc" (without quotes) click ok. Monday, December 31, 2012 7:29 AM 1 Sign in to vote For what is's worth, my findings on this sorry saga are as follows. In my case, I think this is because the server with the service isn't a member of the same domain as the server I'm mapping to. Remove Persistent Drive Mapping Windows 7 You can right click it and attach a Task to this event which will run every time your PC resumes from standby.
about 5 second before script starts, after windows is logged on. This will start your service under 'Network Service' account and then you are done. Is it Safe to Remove It? have a peek at these guys On the link that starts your application (e.g., MyApp.exe), right-click the link, click Properties, and copy the contents of Target to Notepad.
If you mapped a drive to a share in Windows Server system, you can set the auto disconnect period. Thank you, Bruce Reply MrGroove March 27, 2010 at 10:31 pm # @B - Yes of course. Thanks… Reply jacks September 4, 2012 at 1:35 am # hi, i tried all the steps you gave me is very much easy and also i have share the public file I knew it was related to a network connections not closing or something but could not isolate it. 3.