Well, this is another one that I had to figure out myself. First of all
make sure that the network provider DLL does not return WN_NO_NETWORK status
if it is not ready, it should return 0xFFFFFFFF as documented. Secondly
your provider must provide a NPGetConnection callback as well as a
NpGetConnection3 as mine did. When I did my investigations into this it
looks like Shell is call NPGetConnection as well as GetConnection3. Now
that I have both my drives are not showing up as disconnected!
Maybe the MS people should document this.....
Post by Mark
Can someone tell me why explorer always displays the shares provided by my
network redirector as "Disconnected Network Drive (X:)" where X is the drive
letter that the share is mapped to.