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Logon VB Script Issue

Posted on 2013-05-15
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We recently installed a new file server and modified the logon script for users to map to the new location.  The problem is the only way to get users to map to the new server is to disconnect the mapped drives first then run the logon script.  We are not familiar with VB.  this script was given to us by a consultant a while back so any help would be great.  In the script we simply replaced capchapps1(old server) with c4happs1(new server).  The logon script is placed in the user properties>>>> profile>>>>logon script in active directory
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I have read through this logonscript and it appears as if the script tries to unmap the drive first if it is already mapped to the wrong path.
are you saying that this isnt working?
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That's right.  It is not working.  Users that are already mapped to \\capchapps1 do not get the new map to \\c4happs1
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