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This sounds like a speed/duplex mismatch causing collisions and retransmits. Misconfiguration between the server and the other side could cause this. Another reason for the mismatch could be failing autonegotiation. Make sure both ends of the connection are configured identically regarding speed and duplex.
I believe you should investigate if any of the NIC driver/Windows NDIS offload settings relate to your problem. I am most suspicious of the LSO (Large Send Offload) function as I've seen it totally wreck a service (Dell server w. Broadcom NIC) in a manner which defied all troubleshooting book definitions of anything. The actual effect of LSO when it ...
There is no one definitive way for them to get out of order, it can happen a few different ways. Some that I've run into: Making a rights change and hitting cancel cancel OMG cancel in a panic before it gets done applying (kinda bad if you do it at the top of a 4-million file directory tree). Command-line utilities (I'm thinking xcacls, I believe) that ...
This can also be "advanced" NIC atributes, like PowerManagement ones or IRQ priority. Assuming you have the same version of drivers. Go to: Device Manager -> Network Interfaces -> Properties for the NIC -> Advanced Tab. Check and compare all values here.
always look at the networking device for clues..... so, if cisco, do a "show interfaces f0/11" or whatever it may be in your case. retransmits can also be due to a bad ethernet port/nic/cable, such as due to "crosstalk"..... show int on the switch should show you these error stats, if thats the case, and it will be obviously way too high EDIT: as this is ...
There's no built-in functionality to specifically do what you want prior to dynamic access control (DAC). The best that you're going to get would be to dedicate a file server and use some type of firewall functionality to limit access to that server to "authorized" machines (and, even then, you're really relying on the machine having the correct network ...
As the commenters above said, there are two layers of security on Shares. There's the share level: And the NTFS level: Make sure the permissions in both places are set to what you expect.
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