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Mapped Drive on Windows 7 Pro is offline/disconnects

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We've created and mapped the S: to the C: on our Windows 7 Professional system for an application that requires indirect linking to the C: (when running on Win 7) - Often in the morning, but sometimes at other times, the mapped drive goes offline becomes disconnected.  Is there an easy fix for this - Even though relatively minor, it concerns my customer.   Thanks!!
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Mapped Drive Connection to Network Share May Be Lost
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297684

See if this helps.....
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Perfect!  Thanks!
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Your welcome!
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