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Unread 09-29-2003, 11:05 AM   #1
rrifen
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Default SNAPSERVER 4100 Series and Win2k

I have been experiencing a very odd issue. I have worked with Quantums outsourced NCR customer support on this issue for 6 weeks now. Here is what is occuring;

Users will start a workstation and be able to work for X amount of time. After a period of time the drive mappings will fail. We have used the following to add the DC's into the HOST file on each of the snap server from the debug command line

hosts [domain-name] machine [PDC/BDC name]

hosts [domain-name] ip [PDC/BDC ip address]

We thought this issue was resolved, but users are now stating the issue of lossing access to a drive has failed.

The message each user gets is the disk is full or the file/folder has been deleted or moved. To resolve this issue we reboot and everything will be fine for a period of time or until the user logs off. The next user tried to log on and they cannot gain access to the drive.
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Unread 03-26-2004, 03:41 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by rrifen
I have been experiencing a very odd issue. I have worked with Quantums outsourced NCR customer support on this issue for 6 weeks now. Here is what is occuring;

Users will start a workstation and be able to work for X amount of time. After a period of time the drive mappings will fail. We have used the following to add the DC's into the HOST file on each of the snap server from the debug command line

hosts [domain-name] machine [PDC/BDC name]

hosts [domain-name] ip [PDC/BDC ip address]

We thought this issue was resolved, but users are now stating the issue of lossing access to a drive has failed.

The message each user gets is the disk is full or the file/folder has been deleted or moved. To resolve this issue we reboot and everything will be fine for a period of time or until the user logs off. The next user tried to log on and they cannot gain access to the drive.
This a common problem with Win2K. Look at this article:
Microsoft KnowledgeBase Article 297684
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;297684

This should do the trick!
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