Should be no need to update the DNS. The script is set to map by name, not IP address. This is only happening to very few users maybe only 5% of clients. Myself included. I'm certain at this point that the problem is local, as I tested a theory. I had a spare laptop that I wiped out and reformatted. With a new Windows installation the drives mapped correctly, where they wouldn't before the reformat. Do you happen to know where the mapped drives are stored in the registry? I looked around but didn't have much luck. I still think something's sticking in the registry that shouldn't.
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