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  • Dave23264
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    Re: tscmd and drive not being mapped.

    Hi
    Yep that seems to be it.
    I guess when i did try H: it was when i was setting group policy to restrict drives so could have that.
    Thanks very much for your help on this

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  • Dave23264
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    Re: tscmd and drive not being mapped.

    Hi
    I think i did try that....
    Ill double check it, and get back...
    thanks for the quick response on this

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    Re: tscmd and drive not being mapped.

    If I remember correctly I think you need the : on the end of the drive letter:

    Tscmd horace1 ABB05029475 terminalserverhomedirdrive H:

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  • Dave23264
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    Re: tscmd and drive not being mapped.

    Funny that the profile path is used, but the drive setting isnt.
    At first i thought it could be some policy setting, taking off the drive, but again make a change, and back again, log on and the drive is there.

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  • Dave23264
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    Re: tscmd and drive not being mapped.

    Hi
    This is part of the batch file


    Cd\
    C:
    Tscmd horace1 ABB05029475 terminalserverprofilepath \\colonel\ABB05029475\profile\
    Tscmd horace1 ABB05029475 terminalserverhomedir \\Freckles\ABB05029475
    Tscmd horace1 ABB05029475 terminalserverhomedirdrive H

    this is then repeated for the 3000 users
    Using Windows Server 2008
    Thanks for looking

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    Re: tscmd and drive not being mapped.

    Post the command(s) you used so we see if we spot anything.

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  • Dave23264
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    tscmd and drive not being mapped.

    Hi
    Can anyone help on this please
    I needed to set the TS profile path for 3000 individual users. I used the tscmd command to insert the terminalserverhomedirdrive and terminalserverhomedir for all the users.
    This worked fine, but when a user logs in they do not get their mapped H: drive
    We found that if you select a user, then make a change to the home directory in AD, then click update, then change it back to what it was, then update again, then the user logs in they get their drive mapped.
    Its like the setting isnt being committed along the line ?
    Thanks for looking
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