On my Windows 2000 server I am using the following called logon.bat
net use s: \\BigServer\Share
net use t: \\BigServer\DataFiles
net use u: \\BigServer\acct
I am changing servers, so the BigServer will no longer exist as so I re-did to login script as follows:
net use s: \\Myserver\Share
net use t: \\Myserver\DataFiles
net use u: \\Myserver\acct
But when a user logins they are not presented with the new logins scripts. I don't know why its holding on to the old. Is there a was besides going to everyone desktop and manually change it which I can't do? And help is appreciated. This is so simple and I can't figure it out. Uh I aslo check to see if the login script was in the correct location c:\WINNT\SYSVOL\sysvol\DomainName\scripts\map.bat
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