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on a Win2k8r2 domain environment.  everyone uses one login script at our office.  it automatically connects us to two network drives when you first log in to Win 7.  there is only ONE user who get's prompted everytime she logs in to her pc.  one of her drives actually get's mapped, but the other always prompts her.  she enters in her credentials and then it connects.  I tried deleting her windows profile but it still didn't help.  she logged in on another pc and it went right through no issues.  any ideas?
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When it prompts her, try picking the "Remember my credentials". Does that help?

Can you post your command line of the login script that maps the drive?
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You check her saved credentials in the users section of the control panel?  Credential Manager I think it is.
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Duh, that was easy.  Thank you.
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