I have an interesting issue and been pulling my hair out.
Laptop with Win7 Pro in 2003 Domain was used by user X. User X has left and laptop has now gone to user Y with same access credentials. User Y complained that he can only access 2 out of 3 mapped drives.
Error: 'Access Denied'.
User has 3 mapped drives all mapping via login script with simple 'net use' commands, persistence set to 'No'. Drives are mapped via batch file running the script, no third party app is used.
Original user X profile has been removed from laptop. User Y has local admin rights but not domain admin rights.
Server share is named for example 'share$', share permissions set to 'Everyone>Full access', security locks down access by group membership. No custom global or local policies exist, all is default.
When user runs script, all 3 drives appear but the affected drive is not showing any properties, on clicking above error appears.
When same user logs on to different PC all is fine.
When Domain Admins log onto laptop same error occurs.
When a new share is created for the same folder, such as share2$ and the login script is altered to reflect this, all is fine.
Manual browsing to the share is possible for domain admins, not for user, again access denied.
Removing the share$ and recreating it with the same name results in the same problem
So it appears the problem lies with the laptop and how this particular mapping to share$ is handled. I have not tried deleting user Y profile or removing/adding laptop to the domain.
Any ideas how to get the mapped drive to work on this laptop?