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KIX file isn't pushing mapping to all computers

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I've got a .kix file that's initiating commands to map network drives and printers to domain attached users (from client side of course), and it's not working on all users. It seems to work on most, but there are a few where the drives/printers do not automatically map (Internet and network is intact upon their log in)...

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Use group policy to make the workstations 'wait for network' before processing logon.
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