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No mapped drive when booting offline

Posted on 2014-04-01
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Hello,

I have a user with a Dell Ultrabook that just recently stopped mapping network drives when the user boots it offline (not connected to the LAN).

Drives are mapped via a login script attached to the user's Active Directory profile.

Windows 7 Pro
Windows 2008 R2 domain
User logging into domain and not the local machine (cached profile)
User's H-Drive is set to 'Make available offline' which works fine.
Users 9 other mapped drives are _not_ set to available offline and MUST never be. Too much data to sync on these other shares.

Ideas? Suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
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Resolved by adding:
net use /persistent;yes
to the user's login script.
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