troubleshooting Question

Mapped Drive via Group Policy Logon Script Randomly Does Not Map

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Windows XPWindows Server 2003Active Directory
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We have a logon script that is assigned via group policy. Most of the time it works ok, but lately users have been randomly missing one drive (it's the same drive every time). If they reboot it comes back. This has happened for all users and on all pcs, but it is not consistent and very hard to troubleshoot. Server is Win2003 Standard SP2 and all workstations are XP Pro SP2. Here is the logon script:

net use q: /DELETE
net use p: /DELETE
net use m: /DELETE
net use q: \\dfsroot\\data /YES
net use p: \\dfsroot\applications /YES
net use m: \\dfsroot\share /YES
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