But probably something that you guys would know.
How do I get WIN2000 to retain mapped network drives after reboot without error messages if the remote system is off?
I know you can answer "yes" and "don't show any other error messages" (or something along those lines) when it complains but I don't want to see the error messages or have to respond to them at all. In Win98 there is something called "quick login" for the Client for Microsoft Network which bypasses the attempt at boot time. But it doesn't appear to be present for WIN2000. Here is Win95/98/ME info:
Sorry for the off-topic post. :)
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