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login script fails to map shared drives. System error 53 network path not found.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Sanarina, May 3, 2012.

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  1. Sanarina

    Sanarina Thread Starter

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    After using the Deep Clean option of the Advance SystemCare tool, a network pc on a domain will no longer automatically map any of shared drives. I have contacted the support for this tool and they have not replied back...that was 4 months ago. Thank goodness I have only used it on one pc.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction to resolve allowing the login script to map drives? This pc a hp compaq dc7900 ultra-slim desktop, is using Windows XP SP3. I have read on the microsoft forums that this error could be the result of windows firewall blocking, but this feature is turned off and all exceptions are handled thru group policy.

    thanks!
     
  2. KevzJD

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    I think the issue could be that the machine does not have "Client for Microsoft Networks" installed on the Ethernet Card. This can be changed by right clicking on the Ethernet Adapter and making sure there is a tick next to this option. You might have to restart your machine for the login script to work.
     
  3. Sanarina

    Sanarina Thread Starter

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    thanks for replying KevzJD. The Client for Microsoft Networks was already enabled. I attached a .bmp so you would know that I am aware of where it is. :)
     
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