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PC client maps wrong network drive.

ITT2006 asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
When the end-user logs into the company PC client laptop it maps the wrong network drive.

FYI... PC client has the following OS = MS WIN XP PRO SP2

A server tech has checked and confirmed that the end-users AD profile has the correct 'Logon script'.

And even after the end-user disconnects the wrong network drive and reboots the PC still maps the wrong network drive.

Besides creating a new end-user profile on the PC or worst case scenario reimaging the PC.

Does anyone have another solution that can be fixed on the client side?
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