|04 May 2012||#1|
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Network drive access denied after some time
I have a number of mapped drives to remote company systems. While at home, after startup, when accessing them I am password-prompted and everything is good. However, after some amount of time (maybe a day) I get "access is denied".
I know I could just delete and remap the drives, but this would be a pain. Currently I reboot my local machine and go through the password process again. Does anyone know of a way around this that would allow me easily reestablish access without having to go through a reboot cycle?
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