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Windows 7 64bit Black Screen after logging in.

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Windows 7 64bit Enterprise. When attached to a domain. Clients logging into the laptops are experiencing a Black Screen with Just a cursor. This seems to be related to Network Mapped Drives. Any thoughts or help.
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If it would be related to those network mapped drives, why not rule it out? I don't see a connection (why do you?), but it can be ruled out. Disconnect those drives by removing/unlinking the GPOs that set those and prevent currently mapped ones from reconnecting by deleting the corresponding registry entries. This has to be done offline.
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Thanks for responding. This also seems to be an issue with Logon Scripts in AD.
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