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HIdden Share will not map using login script

Posted on 2009-07-10
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Right now I have a simple login script that mapps user to a hand full of network shares using the "net use command" One of this shares is a hidden share. Users can access this share without a problem using the UNC path but when they log off and log in again the drive mapping for the share never maps????
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Whats the error when you ntry and map it manually?
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No errors the drive maps fine when mapped manually
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What's the error when trying to use logon script?
If logon script is run visible, add a line with 'pause' after the mapping.
Alternative, add an 'echo %errorlevel% >> c:\temp\maperror.txt' to have the error code saved to text file.
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I found the problem..

I had a syntax error in my script.... Oops... ;-)

Thanks Again..
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