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Mapped network drive invisible in my computer

I have a user who has an invisible network drive. We recently added  this drive to all our users using the Active Directory's "Home Folder" path in the user profile. On this particular user the drive is not listed anywhere in my computer on their workstation(it is visible and accessible on other users pcs). I can access the drive however if i type the drive letter in  an address bar of an explorer window. Any help with this issue would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Active DirectoryWindows Server 2003Microsoft Legacy OS

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8/22/2022 - Mon
kind4me

Sounds like the drive is not mapping.   Check the drive mapping inthe homef folder setting and check his permissions to the folder.
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Well, I can access it by typing the drive letter into the address bar of an explorer window. So I don't think its a permissions issue. The drive is just not visiable in the "My Computer" window.Thanks.
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Update: Apparently this is a office wide issue now. The T drive is not visible under any users My Computer. Again the drive is setup as the users home folder in active directory.If anyone can offer some assistance it would be greatly appreciated.
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