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Posted on 2009-04-06
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I have a small login script to just map 3 drives, and when the script runs I get an error that states access denied. I tried running it in command prompt  and it states bad username and password. This is newly migrated server from 2000 server, I used admt to move everything. Everything else is working, Group policy, exchange, internet, dns.. It's just the login script..
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Have you tried to map these drives manually.
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by:TJacoberger1
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Yes I can map the drives manually, access all the data on the shares, and even edit the data.. Just the script wont run...
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Can you please attach the code?
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by:TJacoberger1
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The code is really simple just mapping 3 drives...

net use j: \\dc1\job files
net use s: \\dc1\timberline office
net use t: \\dc1\company files
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by:TJacoberger1
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I tried writing a VBscript to see if that would map the drives, and it did. I wrote a VBscript to map everything. I appreciate you guys helping me, and have accepted both reponses. I split the points between both of you.. Thank you again!!
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