Windows 7 Message

wantabe2
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When my users log into the Windows Domain with theie Windows 7 workstations, the get the attached error message in the system tray. It says "Could not reconnect all network drives" BUT it is a liar. All the drives are connected & works fine. I have several hundred users & I get at least 2 or 3 calls a week asking about this...Is there any way I can keep this message from popping up when they log in? I know I can hide all the pop up messages but I don't want to do that due to the message letting them know about their password needing to be changed. Is there a way I can stop this particular message from popping up?
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Commented:
if the message pops up, there should be a disconnected drive,
is there a duplicate mapping to the same letter in teh loginscript
what is the status if you use a net use command?
gpedit.msc -> User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Start Menu and Taskbar -> Turn off all balloon notifications
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Commented:
One or more of the of the drives has been mapped with persistence on and that can cause this message.

Open a command window and do the following for each drive:

NET USE X:  /DELETE /PERSISTENT:NO

Do this for each drive. Type NET USE and enter to see if any drives are still there.

Restart and test. .... Thinkpads_User
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Thank you, and I was pleased to help you with this. .... Thinkpads_User

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