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Network Drive Problem

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#1 timestop


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Posted 20 April 2007 - 11:39 AM

When i try to disconnect the network drive, it will disappear but once i restart the computer the network drive appear again. Anyone know how to solve it. When i try to install the windows xp on to the computer. After i finish installing, i click on MY computer and find that there was no network drive so i run the login.bat script to map the drives. Is it because the computer use the startup script that why is it fixed? Anyone know how to edit to make it able to disconnect when want to disconnect a drive?

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#2 twardnw


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Posted 20 April 2007 - 11:50 AM

the startup script is the likely suspect for re-connecting your network drives. If you look through that script, look for a line that starts 'net use' and then has that drive letter in it. Comment out that line to test if it is the culprit

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