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8804 errors in Netware Login Script

troysnf asked
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I have a single server running netware 5. There are no ou's under the organisation. All users and the server object itself sit directly under the organisation container. I have created an ou  called users below the organisation. I have copied the login script for the organisation and put it into the new container. I have also moved one test user into the new OU and attempted to login. I receive many 8804 errors when the script is attempting the drive mappings so I have stripped back the users container script to just attempt a single drive mapping, which is

I then receive the output from the login script

Your current context is ANF
User: Ben Context: Users.ANF
Your current tree is: ANF
You are attached to server ANF_SERVER.
LOGIN-4.22.00-430: The following drive mapping operation could not be completed.
The error code was 8804.

The only thing which has come close is an article I found on the organisation name being the same as the server name. While close 0=anf  , and cn=anf_server , I would not think that should matter.

Having said that there is quite possibly just something stupid that I have missed here. Any help would be appreciated.
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