Quote: Originally Posted by zshivers
The mapped drive does not reconnect when the user logs back in. The (Reconnect at logon) checkbox is checked. I need the drive to be mapped when the user logs back into their account.
Open a Command Prompt as the user that the drives are not being remembered. Do not use the "Run as Administrator". In this case we don't want to do that.
At the Command Prompt type:
Does it say something like this:
New connections will not be remembered.
If it says they "will not be remembered", then you need to change that.
That will change the system setting for the user to make the drives remembered all the time and will be the default action.
If the above is not the case then map the drive through the Command Prompt and see if the mapping is remembered. You may change the drive letter R: above to any free letter you wish. However remember that if you use a letter that is too close to the beginning of the alphabet you may overlap with USB devices and then one or the other will be missing. You can replace the R: with * and it will start with the next free drive letter starting at the bottom of the alphabet.
That should make the drive be remembered through log off and reboot. -WS