Shared folders become unavailable

I have a AD Domain with a Server 2008 R2 DC.  I am using the Preferences section of Group Policy to map network drives.  When I log on to another Member Server, also running Windows Server 2008 R2, everything works fine until I have to run a program by using the Run as administrator option.  When I do this, all of my shares come up as unavailable when using the net use command.  Specifically I am talkiing about running the Deployment Tools Command Prompt, which requires admjin access to run ImageX.  

Please help, I need access inside the Deployment Tools Command Prompt to my shared drives.

Chuck Nailen
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cnailenAuthor Commented:
I would like to avoid doing that if I can.  I will only do that as a last resort.
Darius GhassemCommented:
That is what you are most likely going to have to do.
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Just type in secpol.msc in the start menu and then change these settings to match:
Darius GhassemCommented:
Darius GhassemCommented:
The solution I provided is the only solution for the issue even the solution was not the author wanted it was the only one.

The post that was acceptted has the same information that was posted in the first post by me 4 days before the orginal acceptted solution.
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