No, I have tried the group policy settings though and they didn't help. If you do not see a blinking light on your network card, chances are the physical connection to the network may be the problem. If you did not enable this setting, Windows will try to connect to the network drive using the user account details from your computer. I have found that several attempts to reach network drives will fail and then all of a sudden connect. To solve it I removed the group policy preference setting and the message stopped displaying. The process for creating this type of shortcut is named creating a network location.
I am mapping a network drive to a network share based on membership of a specific Security Group. If you check 'Connect using different credentials', then you can specify a different user name and password. I heard its a common issue. The 20 says that MapDrive will keep on trying up to 20 seconds to connect to the drive before it gives up. I then restarted windows This fixed the problem for me, hope it does for you.
So the author of that site wrote a handy utility to solve this problem: MapDrive. Computer 1 is located in my house and has a wired network connection. They have a batch file they run, that pulls info from a network drive. I then rebooted and hoped. Thank you flguy for the fix I've been hunting for. I'm pretty sure this is a general problem with Windows 7. While searching for a solution I've seen others with the exact problem.
For the following example, I'm going to give the first one an address of 192. This evening it took over 20 minutes and I rebooted several times as well. Try to access the shortcuts created on the desktop this fails. Case notes indicate there are some workarounds that have been work on by previous engineers who worked on this case with you. They are all supposed to connect to a server. This results in them being unavailable sometimes.
You will have to configure the laptop network drive access to automatically reattach upon making a network connection though check reconnect at login box. I've searched all the threads and tried all of the fixes and nothing works consistently. Run Windows Network Troubleshooter You could also try to run the Network troubleshooter to diagnose the connection problems and then fix the Windows 10 can't connect to this network bug. I'm going to leave this as a Windows 10 quirk for now as other issues have been seen after updates. For example, in Windows 8. Any further info you could provide would be great. Time now to move on to the next item in event viewer.
Only Windows is fooling you a bit. So naturally, the sales people are not going in and initiating the network drive first. Thank you for the reply. To solve it I removed the group policy preference setting and the message stopped displaying. The team felt that this request did not meet the set high bar for taking in design change request for Windows 7. I didn't thin it was causing any problems until a database we used error out when tring to retrieve an image from a mapped drive. Hold down Windows key + R altogether to open the Run command Step 2.
If you are also one of them, here are a couple of methods to solve the Windows 10 can't connect to this network problem, also applied to Windows 10 Creators Update, Fall Creators Update 1709 and Spring Creators Update 1803. Close the Command Prompt window once the commands have been successfully executed Step 4. So, I did find a solution. This seems to do the trick. Many resources are stored on network file shares for collaboration, security, and data protection reasons. It's possible to connect to these network resources from most common operating systems both on and off campus. Workaround is to simply access the drive with red cross in Windows Explorer it connects fine and then re-try the program, but this is a massive pain when the program is distributed on 11 machines and have to go through this process every morning! This wikiHow teaches you how to turn a folder on your computer network into a shared drive.
I created a folder in each of my mapped drives with a tiny txt file in it in my case called sync. For example, in Windows 8. You can enhance how accessible network drives or network locations are by creating shortcuts to them on the Start screen, the Desktop or the taskbar. I don't know if the good folks at Microsoft can come up with a way to delay the connection of the network drive until after a firewall has been fully functional. Click on the name of the computer you want to use, then navigate to the folder that you want to select as the drive and click on it once to select it.