As we know some logon script or group policy may not work with Vista. Can
you see the mapping drives if ruining net use command? Any errors in the
logs? This search result may help too.
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"rlgibso6969" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi forum,
> I have recently loaded Vista Business Premium again here at our
> company. I have placed the workstation in our AD domain successfully.
> When I login to the computer with my network account our scripts all
> appear to run with respect to GPO and I get the prompt that our "two"
> network drives are mapped as N: and S: respectively.
> For the life of me though I cannot find them anywhere. I look at the
> computer icon which is where I would imagine they would show up but
> there are only my local devices displayed there.
> If I go through the network Icon and find the server I can see the
> shares but those are extra steps that in my mind can't be the way to
> access these each time.
> Any assistance would be appreciated folks.