I have the problem that at two of our costumers there is the problem that sometimes network drives do not show up in the Windows Explorer.
One costumer is using Windows 10 Clients the other is using a Windows 2016 Terminal Server. Only thing similar is that they both use a Windows Server 2016 as Data Server. We map the dives via script at one and via GPO at the other.
More about the problem:
The systems are up to date.
When I open a CMD at the client having the problem and enter "net use" I see all drives connected. I can change to the drive using cd and can then list content but only in the cmd. The explorer is not showing the drive. When I enter the dive letter for example "X:" manual into the explorer the error "Cannot access X:" shows up.
The error can be resolved by restarting the explorer.exe process.
It seems that not all users are having this issue. I would say 1 out of 10 is affected. The issue occurs not direct at logon. It only appears after some time. Somehow it does also not affect all Drives
What I tried:
I tried to set the reg key:
as described here in Solution 1 at this link mapped-network-drive-not-showing.html.
Does anyone have a similar problem or any tips on how to solve this?