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I’m having an issue with netlogon.

I am moving the location of a clients files on my server from one location to another. I used robocopy to move all of the files and verified permissions.

I updated the netlogon in both domain controllers.

When the user logs into the TS the attached mapped drive is not pointing to the new location that I set in the script in netlogon. It’s still pointing to the old location.

Is there a cache or something I need to refresh?
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by:Lee W, MVP
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What do you mean you "updated the netlogon"?  Netlogon is a share.  Did you change permissions on it?  And what do you mean you updated on both domain controllers?

If you're more specific, perhaps I can help - pretend I have no idea what you're talking about and walk me through the steps like you're explaining how to make a peanut butter sandwich.
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sorry i meant the batch file i created as a script to be used for user logon profiles
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Lee W, MVP earned 2000 total points
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Ok, that makes more sense.

First, you only need to edit it on one DC as the netlogon share is replicated (not necessarily instantly, but quickly). assuming AD is healthy.  And if it's not you shouldn't be working around it, you should be fixing it.

Posting the batch file from before and after might make it plainly obvious, but I SUSPECT you had the shares mapped like this:

net use x: \\server\share1
net use y: \\server\share2
etc

Or perhaps something like:
net use x: \\server\share1 /p:y
net use y: \\server\share2 /persistent:yes


Sometimes, Windows clients will remember their connections.  Or if you use the /p[ersistent] switch then it remembers the connections and every time the script is run in the future, it's really unnecessary.

So you need to get it to FORGET the prior connections.

Make your first line this:

net use * /delete /y

That should disconnect all shared drives first.

Then your other lines should reconnect them to the correct location.

Further, because this is a logon script, avoid using /p and/or /persistent switches... they are unnecessary and can create problems if the user's rights to access the share are removed or you need to move the data to another location.
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thanks i will try that.
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