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Losing mapped drives on reboot

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#1 cbrysoncarter


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Posted 19 March 2013 - 09:33 AM

I have searched around and cannot seem to locate an answer for this. I have been trying to map a network shared folder to my computer and it will assign and hold until I have to reboot, then its gone. Under the same network area I have another folder that is mapped that is always there. I have the access priviledges to both folders, so I am at a loss. I am running a 32-bit Win7 Professional on a Dell Optiplex 380. I have tried both the standard "map network drive" and the "add a network drive". Again, its there and I can read and write to it, but when I reboot its gone again. Any suggentions? 

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