How do I set the WiFi to connect before it tries to reconnect the mapped drive?

I have a Windows 10 Professional workstation on a mobile cart that uses a WiFi connection to connect to our manufacturing Access Points. We have a mapped drive to a share on our file server for this workstation. The problem I have is that when the computer is rebooted, the WiFi is the last thing to load and work.  When the WiFi finally connects the mapped drive shows the red "X" and I get a notice that not all mapped drives have connected.

My Question is: How do I set the WiFi to connect before it tries to reconnect the mapped drive?
Steve WilliamsProduct Design EngineerAsked:
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ITSysTechSenior Systems AdministratorCommented:
This should fix your issue. Here is the GPO fix if you type gpedit.msc under a run command then go to Computer Configuration>Administrative Templates>System>Logon.


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Steve WilliamsProduct Design EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks, ITSysTech, the solution was spot on. The computer now connects to the wireless network before the logon prompt comes up and no more red "X".  You get the points.
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