We are running 2003 server and have logon scripts for users so that the drives they need will be mapped. Users are on Windows 7. We recently changed the script so that their "S:" drive would map to a different location than what it was originally set. Everyone has been able to connect to the new drive, but occasionally we have users who will log in and instead of the S: drive mapping to the new location, it will map to the old location. Nothing has changed with the login script that was run. I had a user today send me a screenshot of the batch file running and when it tried to map the S: drive, it was mapping to the old location again and there was a message that the S: drive had a remembered connection (which was the correct location) and it wanted to know whether it should overwrite or not. Why would it try to map to the old location since that isn't part of the batch file it should be running?