To resolve you can attempt the following solutions:
This article describes why the issue occurs:
This article outlines a solution which is to map the shared NPO drive with credentials and potential places to put the bat file in.You could deploy the file locally or through group policy.
- Typically you put the commands in a notepad file then save with a .bat extension. You also would need to change the command for your environment. The shared NPO drive is typically mapped as N but you may have mapped NPO to a different drive letter. Password would be the password for the Windows account you will be using.
net use N: \\fimsservername\NPO password /user:domain\user name /persistent:yes
Another article discussing the same issue with Windows 10:2. https://superuser.com/questions/1031344/running-programs-as-administrator-from-network-drive-windows-10
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