Windows Server 2012 Group Policy to Map Network Drives not working for all users

I have a group policy setup on our Windows 2012 domain controller to map some network drives.  It works for some users but other users do not get the drives mapped.  I have updated the policy on these users computers and rebooted, but when they login they do not see the mapped drives.  This happens on some users who are running Windows 7 and others that are running Windows 8.  The users have admin rights to their computers.  Any suggestions?
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Sreejith SugathanSenior Network Support EngineerCommented:
For the users who are not getting the mapped drives, take an RSOP and see if the policy is actually applied to them. If not, check the GPO association and if it is correctly linked to the users. Also check if there are any replication issues on the network - considering this as a  multi server environment.

Are these users (working and non-working) in the same OU?
Does these users have roaming profiles - if so, can you try deleting the cached profile for one of the affected user from a station and try logging in again?
Have the users tried logging into multiple stations? Just to rule out if it is specific to their stations?
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