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Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Threads More... and thats y it is not able to map that deployment express shared drives??? During the automatic reconnection process, Windows may attempt to send the username and password information for the current Windows username and password instead of the username and password specified during setup. Entering the WD Network Device username and password will reconnect the share, allowing it to be accessible again (until the next reboot). Source

Enter the following information into the file (include the quotation marks): @echo off net use drive_letter: "\\device_name\share" /user:username password or net use drive_letter: "\\device_IP\share" /user:username password For example: @echo off net Configured Active directory, DNS and DHCP on it. I have the same issue: "error mapping drive" while deploying image. That should have been a bit of a known flaw in the design stage of this...

The Boot partition is deploing well bu no chance on the real Image. Thnx in advance!!
Gagandeep, Feb 7, 2010 #1 hellnoire *nix Technical Support Joined: Jan 24, 2009 Messages: 8,914 Trophy Points: 266 Ratings: +0 / 0 / -0 I'm trying Note: When saving the mapped_drives.bat file in Notepad, a .txt extension may be added if the option Hide extensions for known file types has not been previously disabled in Folder Options.

Deployment share mapped to F: Invalid drive specification Unable to map network drives Unable to start network properly Reboot in 5 seconds.... I boot to a Partition (Freedos) There is a Firewall in between which has open ports (445) (SMB). andykn, Feb 18, 2010 #24 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 2 of 2 < Prev 1 2 Share This Page Tweet Your Stay logged in Altirigos Home Forums > Deployment Solution > Network - PXE, DHCP, NICs, Multicasting > Home Home Quick Links Recent Activity What's New?

This method is not recommended for users with security concerns because the .bat file will have a plain text version of the password for the network drive: Open a new file I have given all the essential rights to this service account and its in the Active directory, delegated it the domain controller rights too. And if i try to put it on domain then gives error. http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/pxe-dos-boot-mapping-drive-fails Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

I'm not sure the timeout can be changed as it's a Microsoft DOS command that maybe timing out. Jeff PS: switching to a PXE Boot method is not an option on my network. I have installed a windows server 2003, SQL, Altiiris deployment solution 6.9 service pack 3 on a machine. Drag the mapped_drives.bat file to the Startup folder in the Start menu.

Follow Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? https://forum.raymond.cc/threads/error-5-access-has-been-denied-unable-to-map-drive-using-altiris.17972/ What are using using to boot (DOS, Linux or WinPE) what is the last message before "error mapping drive"? But does not show the DNS ip. It successfully boots showing us the ip address it picked up from the DHCP server, then it shows us MTPTF connectivity and then the boot image menu(the image that we made

I want to use this server to serve thin clients the re-imaging process...that means its just a single client and single server architechture. this contact form Help Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums What's New? Members Members Quick Links Registered Members Current Visitors Recent Activity Help Help Quick Links Smilies BB Codes Trophies Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Open an Explorer window, press ALT+T, and then select Folder Options.

Cause: This can occur if the username and password of the WD Network Device do not match the current Window's username and password information. All Rights Reserved. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... have a peek here Mapping network drives...

hellnoire, Feb 7, 2010 #2 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page... Please try the request again. I keep getting the following error: Deployment Share mapped to F:\ Invalid Dive F:\ unable to map network drives With that said, I was hopping somone would be able to point

While on the other hand with altiris, using disk boot creator, created a boot image for the clients to boot up using this server.

Is this the issue??...Means that the DHCP is not throwing DNS ip to the clients???? You're allowing in the hundreds of thousands of hosts there, you might want to reconsider that.) My laptop on my home network was set up to do DCHP until my dad Which never plays well with a static IP. and no longer will it work with a static connection.

andykn, Feb 17, 2010 #22 daveus New Member hi there I can't see the display of this pc so i cant tell you the last message. (The PC is on a Any/All help will be greatly appreciated. Page 2 of 2 < Prev 1 2 daveus New Member Timeout Hi There I know its an old thread but i have almost the same Problem. Check This Out The View tab will have the Hide extensions for known file types option in its list- this needs to be unchecked. In case the answer did not answer your question,

Now we started the thin client and made it to boot from network. Style Altirigos Contact Us Home Top RSS Forum software by XenForo™ ©2011 XenForo Ltd. Stay logged in Altirigos Home Forums > Deployment Solution > Network - PXE, DHCP, NICs, Multicasting > Home Home Quick Links Recent Activity What's New? Terms and Rules Log in Altirigos Home Forums > Deployment Solution > Network - PXE, DHCP, NICs, Multicasting > network drive mapping error Discussion in 'Network - PXE, DHCP, NICs, Multicasting'

My suggestion to you is do one OR the other, and in this case, I'd use a static IP. And everything else related to it eg. NOTE: I was able to successfull install the Automation Partiton on my HP t5730w Thin Client. Or you could always tighten down your subnet mask to allow for less deviation. (Seriously? 255.0.0.0?

thanx daveus, Feb 16, 2010 #21 andykn Altiris Guru Can you give us a bit more detail? Members Members Quick Links Registered Members Current Visitors Recent Activity Help Help Quick Links Smilies BB Codes Trophies Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. IIS, ASP.NET etc. I thenmanually gave it the ip and then the dns too.

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