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Network drive not visible in My Computer

I posted a question about this issue a few days ago but have since learned some new information so I though I would make another posting. Several days ago we setup user drives for all our users by way of the Home folder field in the Active Directory as a T drive. Everyone can see their new user folder fine with the exception of one user. This user can see it when you path it in the address bar in explorer. You can also view it in the tools-> disconnect network drive box. Basically everywhere but in my computer. I'm sure this is an easy fix but I cannot find a solution anywhere. As always any help would be appreciated.
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8/22/2022 - Mon

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So i finally got a chance to try this solution, but I have another question. The user has the "No Drives" value in his registry but it does not have the values for T drive. It reads as follows: 000  C3 FE CB 01
My question is can I just delete that "no drives" value or is it needed? The user also just reported that another users home folder has shown up in his "my computer" but when he clicks on it it directs to his home folder. Again, any help would be appreciated.
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