network drive mapped 2003 server need stay connected after journal so that when my script is scheduled to run the player will always be mapped.

2003 network drive server need mapped stay connected after journal so that when my script is scheduled to run the player will always map. ??

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Hello Scott,

This is not the right forum for issues with Windows Server 2003.
Please click the link below to ask your question in the appropriate forum TechNet.
http://social.technet.Microsoft.com/forums/en-us/winserverPN/threads

Thank you

Marilyn

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