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Windows 7 won't maintain network drive connnection to windows server 2003

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I have a windows 7 machine that just will not stay connected to a mapped network drive.  I have setup a batch file that maps the network drive that has credentials built into it.  I have added the users name to the folder permission hoping that it would fix the problem but no fix.  Any ideas how to have windows 7 map a drive without asking for credential  every time you restart the computer.

Thanks John
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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save the credentials in the credential store in control panel
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Worked like at charm thanks
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