How can I get rid of old drive mapping?
Posted on 2008-06-23
We run a Windows domain with a Windows 2003 domain controller. We have XP Pro SP3 clients. When a user logs on there is script that runs that first clears all previously mapped drives (@echo off
net use * /delete /yes) then maps the drives needed and then runs an antivirus update. The problem is that there are drive mappings that are no longer needed that keep getting mapped after every logon. I have disconnected them untold number of times and they keep getting remapped. I installed the Microsoft User Hive Profile Cleanup service to no joy. I have searched the registry trying to find a key that I could delete to stop these old paths from being mapped and after logon they keep getting re-added to the registry. How do I get rid of, and stay rid of, the old drive mappings?