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Map Drive Not Showing on Domain PC

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Dear Team,

Please help me
As i have configured shared Map Drives on GPMC and created  RDP security group and added users in it.
My issue whenever the users trying to RDP to server using their login they are able to view the shared folder. But when they are login from Domain PCs  the shred folder is not showing.
Please suggest any solution.
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by:BillBondo
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Just a guess. You need to add rights for domain users just like rdp group.
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Which Rights i have provide to domain users.
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Can you map the drive physically at the comp and can they then access or are they denied?
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by:Raneesh A
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Dear BIll.

I can access the drive if mapped physically.
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I am out of ideas. It sounds like a rights issue. Can you run the script manually? Not a scripting guy but I know there is a way to put a stop command in the script to see if it is actually running. Should be able to see a cmd prompt pop up.
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Hoping my suggestion worked.
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