Our network is hosted on Windows Server 2008 R2. PCs with Windows 10 are hosted on this domain with
a user group policy that maps a letter drive (J:) to a mount point that is defined as a DFS with replication which includes two replication groups, each having a set of replication folders.
On some of the PCs hosted on this same network there is a need to use the same letter drive, but mapped to another location.
My question is this:
Is it reasonable to expect that a manually mapped, persistent letter drive will reliably and consistently persist through a re-application of group policy for that login? That is after a log-off/log-on sequence, or even a complete power-off/power-on, and log on.
Worded another way, will group policy overwrite manually mapped persistent drives, or let them persist even after multiple group policy forced updates?