Fix Mapped Drives Keeps Disconnecting Randomly

How to Fix Mapped Drives Keeps Disconnecting Randomly in Windows 10

If your Mapped Network Drivers keep getting discounted on Windows 10 PC here is the easy fix. Let’s fix this problem.

First of all if you have Malware bytes installed on your computer try to temporarily disable it because some users have reported that Malwarebytes is one of the reasons behind this issue. There is one feature that tries to let you know to disconnect this map network driver. So try to see if the error has been gone. If not then let’s move to method one.

Method 1 : Regedit Method to fix Mapped Drives Keeps Disconnecting

What you have to do is to just search Registered in the Windows 10 search box. Now click on Register Editor to open Registrator now you have to go to this path 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Lanmanserver\ Parameters 

Step 1: Just open this path (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Lanmanserver\ Parameters 

)  and just paste this in the Address Bar of the Registry Editor and reach here.

Step 2:  Now before doing any changes in the Registrator it’s better to take a backup. 

So anything bad happens you can always revert back. 

Export Regedit: So click on file and click on Export and try to create a backup. Now once you create a backup you are pretty sure that if anything bad happens you can click on file and click on Import that backup. 

Step 3: Now once you’ve taken the backup let’s move forward to do the changes.

Step 4: Now once you have reached here actually local machine system current Control serves landmark server and Parameters.

Step 5: once you select the parameter and the right side you have to locate the Auto Disconnect key. So if Auto Disconnect key, just double click on it and now in the Extra Decimal Value Field just type ff and f eight times. You have to type f eight times.

Step 6: Now click on ok and now close the register and reboot and your problem will be fixed.

If this is not fixed there is one more thing by Editing Group Policy Editor.

Method 2 : Using Gpedit (Group Policy Editor) in Windows 10

Just search GPEDIT.MSC and now click on GPEDIT.MSC. Now once this Local Group Policy Editors opens up you have to go to this location you have to go to User Configuration then Preferences then Expand Windows Settings and then go to Drive Maps and in this pop-up Window just choose action as Update now click on apply and click on ok and you’re good to go your problem will be fixed.