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I deal with a similar application, and also encountered some sites with severe performance issues after upgrading from old XP hardware to new Windows 7 hardware, especially in the early days of Windows 7. The two things that have alleviated this in almost all cases are: NIC settings. Make sure all client workstations NIC drivers are up to date and have ...


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The mount command. man mount.cifs is the easiest, the share will become part of the Linux file system. The alternative is smbclient a FTP like interface. Most password policies have an exception for service accounts allowing for passwords that don't expire.


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Since you are used to PowerShell (and it's good practice regardless)...enable it permanently on the server: Add-WindowsFeature FS-SMB1



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