Re: Drive mappings creeping up
Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2004 09:17:39 -0400
Check in plain old startup - and in control panel.
> Is it under services on a win2k/winxp machine?
> "Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"
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>> Most likely FindFast - from older versions of Office. Turn off
>> FindFast and see if it gets resolved.
>> John wrote:
>>> We have this problem on one of the client PCs. Over time multiple
>>> mapped drives to a share on the server come up until all drive
>>> letters are used up. So under my computer we have MyShare on Server
>>> (D:) , MyShare on Server (E:) , MyShare on Server (F:) and so on.
>>> What could be causing this?
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