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Windows mounted network drives slow after upgrading switch

On our small business network our old 10/100 consumer grade switch gave up the ghost, and we replaced it with a proper business-grade gigabyte switch. After wiring it in our Linux and Mac users ...
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2answers
213 views

network drive auto disconnect after 10 mins in windows server 2003

I am working on windows server 2003 and when i run my script , it access data from remote network drive x: . so windows cannot make connection after 10 minutes , when i log off my computer. ...
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2answers
461 views

CentOS as windows 7 drive

i have a server, which i usually connect through ssh(password), the server is on a network and runs CentOS, but i work from a windows 7 computer. i have been searching to create a network drive ...
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4answers
741 views

Mapping a Local Drive to Drive on Windows 2008 Server running on Amazon EC2?

We are exploring the use of a Windows Server 2008 micro instance running on Amazon EC2 for a Apache+MySQL+PHP development web server that we could could administer for our client to allow their ...
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Why is Windows 7 booting up with Mapped drives showing as disconnected?

We've got numerous Windows 7 machines that will show a mapped network drive as disconnected on boot up. Seems to be all versions of Windows 7 as well. In the "My Computer" windows the mapped drive is ...
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2answers
144 views

How to see what drive letters are mapped for network drive?

Is there a way to see what drive letters are in use for network drives?
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1answer
370 views

Desktop machine tries to map network drive with the wrong credentials

I'm on a Windows domain. And I have a user that is trying to access the C$ admin share on one of our servers. He has all the proper permissions, and usually tries to access the share via run ...
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3answers
916 views

Mapped Network Drive Timeout

I have two networks: work and home. The work subnet is 192.168.0.x whereas home's subnet is 192.168.1.x At work I have two mapped drives but at home I don't have either. Any time I open explorer at ...
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2answers
837 views

Network connection keeps dropping - bad hardware?

I've into a bit of a wall with a client of mine. In an office of 20 people, he is the only one who experiences broken connections to his mapped network drives. I have everyone set up with about 6 ...
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1answer
898 views

Windows XP Insists Upon Reconnecting to Network Drive on Startup (Stop It)

I once mapped a network drive and accidentally checked Reconnect at logon. Now, no matter what I do, Windows insists upon connecting to that drive at startup. Here's what I've tried in order to stop ...
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2answers
578 views

How to tell credentials used for a Network Mapping?

I have a networking mapping that doesn't appear to work. When I connect to the mapping I get access denied when I try to create a folder. When I created the mapping I told it to login as another ...
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3answers
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Disconnected Network Drive [closed]

We have a big problem that's just started happening. One of our network apps (may it rot in hell) requires a mapped network drive to function. Therefore, we map a drive to the network share in ...
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2answers
362 views

Mapped drive inaccessible after router reboot

I have a server with a mapped drive on it (maps to a directory on another server across the network). I also have an application that writes a file to the mapped drive (regularly scheduled, but ...
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5answers
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UNC mapped drive without user sessions

There's a similar question, but it was about whether it is possible or not. I want to put it in a different way: How do I create a UNC mapped drive which will be mounted at startup without anybody ...
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3answers
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Windows: Can I map a network drive for a service account?

The title says it all, really. Is it possible to create a network drive mapping that is visible to a service? Supposing the service runs under a domain account that has permissions to the share, of ...
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3answers
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Disconnect mapped drive with “Reconnect at logon” setting on Vista [closed]

How to disable the Reconnect at logon setting for a mapped network drive on Vista? How to disconnect already mapped drives?