|14 May 2010||#1|
Problems with connecting to Networkdrives
A have several PC's and a NAS to share data.
I have mapped 2 shares on the NAS and all PC's can access them, read/write etc.
The problem is every time I boot and windows 7 starts up, I get the error "could not connect to all network drives". If I after a few seconds go to "my computer" I can access the drives ok.
I suspect windows to start the "connect check" before the networking service is 100% up and running. I have tried to make a small batch file with 2 "net use" commands, but even with that running from the startup folder I get the error in most cases, but not all.
Most of my apps will see the shares as not connected if I not manually access them at start up, and that can be a pain. :-)
Does anybody know a way / setting to correct this?
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