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Do you have the latest drivers installed? I did not get any prompting from the Windows 2008 Server to reboot after modifying the registry keys or policy settings, so I did not do so, especially since I didn't want windows-server-2008 windows-xp share|improve this question edited Aug 19 '10 at 11:45 Mark Henderson♦ 53.7k23143222 asked Aug 19 '10 at 8:54 parsa 12 Can you be more specific as to I've tried toying with the drivers, as well as a totally different NIC (I tried an Intel 1G server NIC for about a month), and that didn't seem to make any weblink

Join Now For immediate help use Live now! I've searched the web and the closest thing I came across was a post on this forum (http://forums.techguy.org/networking/551546-windows-xp-offline-files-thinks-2.html); however, the thread was already closed and the suggestions offered there (such as a) The problem has been occurring on and off for awhile now (4+ weeks); didn't seem to be related to any recent Windows 2008 Server updates, as far as I can Lastly, the System log only had a couple of items regarding (1) The Windows Modules Installer service entered the running state, (2) The Windows Modules Installer service entered the stopped state,

Is the failures ALL mapped drives, All mapped drives to that server, or just a few random ones.  Is it always the same drives that fail? Lee   Tuesday, April 21, 2009 1:52 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Sainath, Syed,It's 11:20 p.m. & I'm still in the office....though really have to leave soon.  make sure you update mrxsmb.sys , rdbss.sys and netbt.sys fileso n clients  sainath Windows Driver Development Marked as answer by David Shen Monday, May 04, 2009 3:37 AM Monday, April 20, is it possible for you to test the connectivity with cross over cable just to eliminate entire network issue if any and to test between only 2 clients .

  • Whenever they go "offline", the workstations lose access to the file server, all mapped network drives, and all Network printers, until a synchronization has been implemented.
  • I eventually got them to have someone use an old workstation as a test (the XP workstation which worked fine).
  • See: KB297684 NET CONFIG SERVER /AUTODISCONNECT:-1 Turn off the autodisconnect feature on the server side.
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  • Thank you again everyone for all your help!L.F.
  • So does it really matter how many CALs you have on the server to have the users get disconnected?
  • Note that in large implementations you can run into resource issues on the server with this setting.

and I haven't heard back from him so ... I've read that there might be some issues when updating from XP to 7 (something with a registry key) but would there be a problem when he uses both at the I have the same laptop and use it in the same way as my colleague (I guess) and I never have this issue. SP1 on the Win2008r2 server did nothing, installing all available updates (critical, recommended, everything) on desktops did nothing, but something included in SP1 did it.

Some time the users on XP system disconnect from the file server, but the users with Windows 7 never have a problem. Make sure they both work before setting them up.6) Insert your needed IP addresses and VOILA! This happens with our VPN users sometimes. 0 Chipotle OP EzrasMonkey Aug 10, 2012 at 4:20 UTC Thanks for the support everyone. Please configure the Local Policy on Windows Server 2008 a.

No reports about being disconnected from the server at all. Preview this book » What people are saying-Write a reviewUser Review - Flag as inappropriatesuperb!!!!! I've tried many things.  At first I was feeling like it was a physical issue, so I replaced the NICs on the servers (Broadcom to Intel NICs) with no change.  We Following Follow Microsoft Windows 7 Thanks!

The server is a Fujitsu TX300 and the problem is similar. http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/win7-clients-randomly-disconnecting-from-windows-2008-r2-server/ share|improve this answer answered Aug 19 '10 at 10:49 John Gardeniers 23.8k84099 Hey John. REM Keeping them on increases network traffic and REM opens the attack surface into your systems. OK, going to go see if there is an SP2 for Windows 2008 Server and to reboot the server in Safe Mode.

Please update all those drivers and post the results. have a peek at these guys If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Windows 7 laptop upgraded to Windows 10 will not let me install Whatever is causing the disconnects, it doesn't seem worthy enough for the Windows XP workstations to note an entry about it in the Event Logs, and only shows up in the By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners.

What's the NIC on those machines? Kind Regards Kind Regards DigitalMind IT Support IT Support London | Cheap Online Backup Cheap Online Backup Edited by DigitalMind800 Tuesday, February 07, 2012 9:09 PM Duplicate signatures Proposed as answer jordanmichael0909 // January 18, 2017 8:52am PST 0 block internet for LAN users with in time pried bhimraya.sajjan // January 4, 2017 11:03pm PST Related Forums Desktop · 24,977 discussions Laptops http://roguewb.com/windows-xp/dhcp-server-windows-xp.html Whenever they go "offline", the workstations lose access to the file server, all mapped network drives, and all Network printers, until a synchronization has been implemented.

I got the same problem with a similar configuration. Only 13 users and a couple printers, so nothing too complicated. Thanks.

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Hi there,I am also having the same/similar problem...We recently installed a new Server with Server 2008 Standard running as a DC.It has an Intel S3210SH sercver board, with and Intel Core2Quad REM This is from Vista and Windows 2008 RTM testing REM Change the TCP/IP AutoTuningLevel to highlyrestricted netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=restricted REM Unless you have an IPv6 infrastructure, change We'll let you know when a new response is added. The NIC is a broadcom.

Lee Tuesday, April 14, 2009 8:28 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote hi there,this behavior might occur if your administrators have implemented group policy for administrator please do When the "System Configuration Utility" window appears, please check the box and click "OK". 5. Smart card logon may not function correctly if this problem is not resolved. this content By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member?

At first, the user said that when trying to attach a file from the network drive to an outlook message, all of her drives would show the red x and say What could be the problem? Continue reading Question has a verified solution.