Windows 7 loses mapped network drives

Hi Wha59, I suspect this concern is a authentication problem. You can attempt to modify the authentication level to troubleshoot this issue: For detail steps and information: You might suffer authentication worries once you access a network-attached storage gadget after you upgrade to Windows Server 2008, to Windows Vista, to Windows Server 2003, or to Windows XPHope it helps. Thanks.

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Hi Wha59, I suspect this problem is a authentication concern. You deserve to try to modify the authentication level to troubleshoot this issue: For information measures and information: You might endure authentication worries as soon as you access a network-attached storage device after you upgrade to Windows Server 2008, to Windows Vista, to Windows Server 2003, or to Windows XPHope it helps. Thanks.
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Thanks for replyThe attach you gave says that it is not relevant to Windows 7.Also the fact that the computer systems connect to the mutual drives and we can access files and also folders yet then disattach for no obvious factor, doesnt seem to allude to a difficulty via authentication.Also of the elalso workstations installed this problem only seems to happen in four of them so far. I will compare the authentication settings on the PC"s that have no problem via the ones that disattach yet in the meantime any various other suggestions would be appreciatedThanks
Thursday, December 10, 2009 9:03 AM
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LOL okay...first to update...this day net usage shows that I have no network-related drives, but "My Computer" mirrors 5 various network-related drives, 2 on my domain server that are currently unavailable yet thankcompletely don"t lock up my computer once I try to access them (today), the various other three are working great from "my computer". I have no accessibility to any kind of of the netjob-related drives from a command prompt yet aget (today)it does not lock up my command prompt the means it has been in the previous.

next...I didn"t have actually BACS set up...so I tried the command also prompt first

from an Administrator command also prompt

C:>netsh

netsh>int

netsh interface>ip

netsh interface ipv4>set

The adhering to commands are available:

Commands inherited from the netsh context:

collection file - Copy the consingle output to a document.

collection machine - Sets the existing machine on which to operate.

collection mode - Sets the existing mode to virtual or offline.

Commands in this context:

collection deal with - Sets the IP address or default gatemethod to an interface.

set compartment - Modifies compartment configuration parameters.

collection dnsservers - Sets DNS server mode and addresses.

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set dynamicportselection - Modifies the range of ports offered for dynamic port assignm

ent.

collection global - Modifies global configuration general parameters.

collection interconfront - Modifies interchallenge configuration parameters for IP.

set next-door neighbors - Sets a neighbor attend to.

collection route - Modifies course parameters.

set subinterface - Modifies subinterface configuration parameters.

collection winsservers - Sets WINS server mode and also addresses.

netsh interconfront ipv4>

If I simply attempt to run it the means it is defined in your short article and also assorted others I obtain this:

C:>netsh int ip set chimney disabled

The following command was not found: int ip collection chimney disabled.

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So I set up the BACS and also from within there I did disable all Offload setings...We will certainly see how it affects the device. Thanks for the information thus much. We generally never upgrade to a new OS till it has been out at leastern a year, and also some we have actually skipped entirely (vista). Circumstances being what they are we need to put some of them out beforehand....by our criteria.