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Disconnected Network drive, can only manually browse

Posted on 2011-02-24
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So we've got several folders shared across our AD server environment. Very sporratically mapped network drives to shared locations will respond as a disconnected drive when trying to double click the mapped drive name, however I can manually browse to that share by putting in \\<folder path> in the address bar. Any thoughts?
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Hi Directpointe,

I had a very similar problem and this article solved it for me:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297684/en-us


Best regards,
ebak
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BAMF response time, gg!
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