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You should enable Access Based Enumeration on your shares. From Microsoft: Access-based enumeration displays only the files and folders that a user has permissions to access. If a user does not have Read (or equivalent) permissions for a folder, Windows hides the folder from the user’s view. This feature is active only when viewing files and folders in a ...


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As I understood you right, you trying to create 70000 child classes like that (1:1 - 1:70000), am I right? if I am right, have you tried to add some intermediate classes (for example 1:1 - 1:9999, 2:1 -2:9999, etc.) ? You may need to create more complex tree... For example you could classify traffic by subnets at first and by ip at the leaf classes.


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Just Delete desktop.ini from all user folders (subdirectories of the share). I tested this, and it instantly displayed the proper name. desktop.ini is hidden by default which makes it a little more tricky, but I can't see anything the users would miss with it gone; There is all of three lines of information in there. Edit: To quickly blow away all ...


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I had such an issue, I was trying to connect to a shared SAMBA server in my network and I was able to do it only by \\IP address, not by the \\SERVERNAME. Solved it by removing additional IP addresses that I've added in the advanced section for Properties for Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPV4) Properties (the window with title Advanced TCP/IP Settings). ...


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Copy-paste ready version: function New-Share ($foldername, $sharename) { if (!(test-path $foldername)) { new-item $foldername -type Directory } if (!(get-wmiObject Win32_Share -filter “name='$sharename'”)) { $shares = [WMICLASS]”WIN32_Share” if ($shares.Create($foldername, $sharename, 0).ReturnValue -ne 0) { ...


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The specific folder that is viewable over the network is probably set to an offline folder in Sync Center. I am having the same issue. I believe this happens when Windows detects it as a slow connection, it goes into offline mode. This can be changed in Sync Center settings. In my case, the checkbox is greyed out, not allowing me to change. I am currently ...


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I found a thread on MS TechNet that described the same issue we're having to a T, and once we started looking at SMB settings on the file server/XenApp server, we figured it out. TechNet Post About File Share "Refreshing" Issue Here is the Server Message Block (SMB) Wiki if you're unfamiliar Wiki Since the users are accessing this file share from a 2003 ...


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You can also try adding Sysinternals Suite to C:\SysinternalsSuite Run an elevated cmd window cd c:\sysint* psexec -i -s cmd.exe whoami //To make sure you are nt authority net use x: \PathToDrive or share /persistent:yes It should show as a disconnected drive and to automount it just create a startup script with step 5 in it. You will have to use steps 1 ...


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That is an odd one but maybe it didn't like the /MIR option between your two different share names. I would have instead used the /e /copy:DATSOU or /e /copyall (same thing) switches, the /FFT thing is only when copying from an NTFS to another filesystem type, if it's a Windows 2012 server it's not needed since the 2012 server should be using NTFS.



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