I have an XP client served by a 2003 small business server. Originally the server logon script mapped a drive (for example H:User). The User on the client also once mapped the drive (H:User) locally using windows explorer "map drive option". The "reconnect at logon" check box was checked true. The user now does not want the H: drive mapped to the client anymore. I have modified the logon script on the server to remove the "net use" command that mapped the H: drive; however, the client maps the drive itself because of the local map command that was once executed using the "reconnect at logon" option.
How can I get the client not to automatically locally reconnect at logon so that the drive does not get mapped. Is this a registry entry or is there a command the can be run locally to prevent this from occurring.
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