Networked (Virtual) Drives - Startup Error

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by Andy Mack, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. Andy Mack

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    When booting up my Vista Buisiness PC, network drives are automatically
    mapped by the domain. However, during this process Vista pops up with a
    message box "Please insert disk into drive" and gives options: Cancel, Try
    Again, and Continue. After clicking Cancel 12 times, Vista happily continues
    on its merry way and all drives are accessible and fully functional. When
    removed from the network I do not have this problem. At the moment only I am
    using Vista (to evaluate it) and until this can be fixed, there is no way we
    can use Vista. Any suggestions on what to do?

    Thanks.
     
    Andy Mack, Apr 2, 2007
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    Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
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    When booting up my Vista Buisiness PC, network drives are automatically
    mapped by the domain. However, during this process Vista pops up with a
    message box "Please insert disk into drive" and gives options: Cancel, Try
    Again, and Continue. After clicking Cancel 12 times, Vista happily continues
    on its merry way and all drives are accessible and fully functional. When
    removed from the network I do not have this problem. At the moment only I am
    using Vista (to evaluate it) and until this can be fixed, there is no way we
    can use Vista. Any suggestions on what to do?

    Thanks.
     
    Robert L [MVP - Networking], Apr 2, 2007
    #2
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