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Jac

Hi we have autoit script that we use for login script

It's working fine with Windows XP and 7

But with Windows 8 when users login the script don't map any drives

UAC is disable

$drive = DriveMapAdd ("U:",\\xxx\dfs\Services,1)

;MsgBox(0,"info",$drive)

$drive return me 1 so it should map it

Thanks for your help

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JLogan3o13

Your path is not in quotes above, is that how it is in your script, or is this just a copy/paste error?


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water

Looks like a typo. He would get syntax errors. "ERROR: syntax error (illegal character)"


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Jac

Yes it is correct in the script

$drive = DriveMapAdd ("U:","unc_path",1)

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twitchyliquid64

what's the permissions/account the script is running under?


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