Hello Everyone,

I have an issue with mapping a drive with a logon script... Here is
what
I have done so far... Created REISER file system /home and
subdirectories, used ncpcon to create NCP mount points, used ncpcon to

mount the mount points, verified that the mount points were availabe,

installed the Novell OES Client on an XP machine (with all the latest

patches), copied logon script from existing netware 6 server and
modified
it accordingly for the machine name (sample below), and checked for
patches for the OES client and the OES server... Here is part of my
logon
script...
SET USERID="%LOGIN_NAME"

IF MEMBER OF "FACULTY.MAIN.BIOS" THEN
MAP ROOT H:=FACULTY:%LOGIN_NAME
END
IF MEMBER OF "USER.MAIN.BIOS" THEN
MAP ROOT H:=BLOODROOT\USERS:%LOGIN_NAME
END

I have also verified that I am a member of the group user.main.bios...

When I log on to the server from the XP machine the logon script
throws
an error when attempting to map the drive h: ... Here is the error
LOGIN-LGNWNT32.DLL-430: The following drive mapping operation could
not
be completed.
[H:=BLOODROOT\USERS:ZENTZ]

I have tried various different methods of mapping the drive but it
still
will not map... I also did a serach on support.novell.com and google
but
didnt find anything that was related to OES...

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

Thanks!

-Scott