|22 May 2012||#1|
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Mapped Network Drive "location not available"
A few laptops I have are unable to connect to a network drive that is mapped to the account.
We use group policy to map several drives to end users... On a few laptops, users are unable to connect to their "Home Drive" H:\. How ever they can connect to the other 4 drives that are mapped.
When I logon as the same user on another computer, all the drives are accessible.
This is happening with windows 7 laptops, the error is "H:\ refers to a location that is unable. It could be on a hard drive on this computer, or on a network..."
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