Windows 10: Drive mapping GPO take time

Discus and support Drive mapping GPO take time in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; Dear all, I've a drive mapping GPO. It takes more than 1 minute to logon. I've try several options (create/update/recreate) reconnect or not & wait... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by sebastiendicque, May 23, 2019.

  1. Drive mapping GPO take time


    Dear all,

    I've a drive mapping GPO. It takes more than 1 minute to logon. I've try several options (create/update/recreate) reconnect or not & wait network & logon without success. Now I've enable the GPO trace on my windows 10 laptop. I see more than 1 minute for ServiceIdleTimerCallback. Do you have an idea about the reason?


    Regards



    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 PolicyApplicationState is False.

    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 lpGPInfoHandle->bValid is True.

    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 lpGPInfoHandle->dwExtnCount is 2.

    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 AsyncThreadsProcessing is True.

    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 CGPUserCollection::RWUnlock called

    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 Setting lock state as notLocked

    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 CGPUserCollection::RWUnlock exited with 0x0

    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 CGPApplicationService::IsAnEventProcessing.

    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 CGPService::IsServiceIdle: bPolicyProcessing=1. bEventProcessing=1. bLockInPlace= 1. bResult=0.

    GPSVC(5a0.730) 15:38:32:999 ServiceIdleTimerCallback: Service is busy; not stopping.

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:761 ProcessGroupPolicyCompletedExInternal: Entering. Extension = {5794DAFD-BE60-433F-88A2-1A31939AC01F}, dwStatus = 0x0

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:762 ReadGPOList:++

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:762 ReadGPOList: Read Key:0

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:762 ReadGPOList:-- (Result:TRUE)

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:764 GetWbemServices: CoCreateInstance succeeded

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:766 ConnectToNameSpace: ConnectServer returned 0x0

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:767 ProcessGroupPolicyCompletedExInternal: Extension {5794DAFD-BE60-433F-88A2-1A31939AC01F} was able to log data. Error = 0x0, dwRet = 0. Clearing the dirty bit

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:768 CExtSessionLogger::Log: Didn't find an instance of the extension object when trying to set the dirty flag.

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:769 ProcessGroupPolicyCompletedExInternal: Finished processing extension <Group Policy Drive Maps> at 684390 ticks (ms)

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:769 ProcessGroupPolicyCompletedExInternal: Leaving. Extension = {5794DAFD-BE60-433F-88A2-1A31939AC01F}, Return status dwRet = 0x0

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:769 ProcessGPOList: Extension Group Policy Drive Maps returned 0x0.

    GPSVC(5a0.217c) 15:39:49:770 ProcessGPOList: Extension Group Policy Drive Maps was able to log data. RsopStatus = 0x0, dwRet = 0, Clearing the dirty bit

    :)
     
    sebastiendicque, May 23, 2019
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  2. GPO Mapped network Drives mapping in Win 10 but not Win 7


    Traced it through logs it appears to be a script failure from GPO saying it cannot find the specified file. Also appears to be giving Access denied when trying to manually map and doesnt map home drives or the shared drive to the win 2k8 server but it does to the win 2k12 server
     
    Trix Rahbit, May 23, 2019
    #2
  3. NIC
    Nic Win User
    Mapping Drive with GPO worked - but not anymore

    A couple weeks ago I created a few test mapped drives. I used the item level targeting feature to target a security group. I also used the item level targeting to single myself out for future testing - I seemed to be able to map drives with no problem after doing a group policy force update each time to get the new changes to appear.

    My steps are New GPO > User Configuration > Preferences > Windows Settings > Drive Maps

    The action is set to replace (tried update and create to no avail) the location is \server\sharedfolder (tried w/ and w/o reconnect) and choosing Existing drive letter high up in the alphabet. Then Common has the 'Run in logged-on user's security context' and Item-level targeting chosen.

    Now, for some reason, I am not having any success and it is of course puzzling. I removed the test policies I had earlier and just left one legit one I had made for a small security group. I have mimicked the options and now am not having any new drive appear. The only thing I can think of would be windows updates - but why that changes how the GPO works or breaks it doesn't seem right.

    Online results discuss unchecking the 'reconnect' to this drive and different permissions - but the tests that worked before had 'reconnect' check and I was applying them to the same user then as I am trying now.

    Any thoughts, or settings to check? Hopefully I am just missing one small step, but I don't know what it would be.
     
  4. Drive mapping GPO take time

    Window 7 upgrade to Windows 10 GPO mapped drives won't connect automatically

    Hello,

    Window 7 upgrade to Windows 10 GPO mapped drives won't connect automatically but i can manually map network drive. In our GPO after you login in Windows 10 automatically it should be connected immediately.
     
    RomeoAlalayin, May 23, 2019
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