Group Policy Drive Pref

I have enabled a GP to map two drives based on a security group. I am testing on a Windows xp machine fully updated with client side extensions.

I am getting one drive mapped as expected but not the second drive. I enabled logging on the GP and when i look at the application event log on the xp machine it says for both, they applied successfully.

But i only see one drive.

Any ideas?

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Joseph MoodyBlogger and wearer of all hats.Commented:
Did you get the second drive a unique drive letter? Can you upload a report of this GPO?
Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Try browsing the file path to get to the mapped location and see if the user has permissons
Raj-GTSystems EngineerCommented:
Check the logon scripts for the account. You may have a drive mapping script that could be interfering.

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kingcastleAuthor Commented:
fair play that was it. Many thanks.
kingcastleAuthor Commented:
sorry to be posting to this closed question but i just wanted to know something relating to this question really.
If i have a drive mapped using gp preferences and i use item targeting to map to a specific AD group what do i do if i want to add another group so they get that same drive?
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