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Mapped Drive Windows 10

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We have a login script that maps the G and Y drives. The G drive is the general data drive where things are stored and the Y drive is the users' My Docs, Favorites, Desktop, etc. We have 2 Windows 10 devices and neither will map the G drive but maps the Y drive just fine. All of our Windows 7 devices map both correctly. Is there somewhere I can look to see why one drive is being mapped but not the other?
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Same logon users are used?
On the Win 10 station, isolate the line that maps to G:. Manually run it and watch for errors.
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Yes, same user, just going from a Windows 7 device to Windows 10.

How do I isolate it on that workstation?
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