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Symbolic link is lost after losing RDP session RRS feed

  • Question

  • I TS to a machine and on that machine create a symbolic link to \\tsclient\d\sharedfolder. While the session is established everything works fine. Then my client computer reboots. I can TS to the remote machine again and it can see \\tsclient\d\sharedfolder. But it can't see D:\sharedfolder. When I try to navigate to D:\sharedfolder I get back the error message "The device is not connected".

    So the steps are:

    1. mklink /d D:\sharedfolder \\tsclient\d\sharedfolder
    2. Disconnect
    3. Reconnect
    4. Error hit here.

    Since \\tsclient\d\ is back, is there a way to kick windows into retrying?

     
    Tuesday, August 18, 2015 5:45 PM

All replies

  • jader3rd,

    Start a new RDP session (after logging out from the current session). Then, create the a batch file containing these lines:

    net use \\tsclient\d\sharedfolder /delete /persistent:yes
    net use \\\tsclient\d\sharedfolder /delete
    net use D:\sharedfolder \\tsclient\d\sharedfolder


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    Thursday, August 20, 2015 11:48 AM
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  • I've been working on some different things and this is the first time I've had a chance to try this out.

    When I do net use D:\sharedfolder \\tsclient\d\sharedfolder  I get

    System error 67 has occurred.

    The network name cannot be found.

    Monday, September 28, 2015 10:44 PM