different uploading problem

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I have a Dell GX620 which lost its hard drive. A new hard drive had XP cleanly installed and patched to the latest version. From this client I can download, browse, and open files with out a problem. When I try to upload any large files to a Windows 2000 server, which has been patched to the latest level, the server freezes for everyone else on the server after about 1 to 2 minutes and then for the client after about 5 minutes. The only way to get the server working again is to reboot the client. There are no errors in the log files. Any ideas???
ASKED: May 15, 2006  12:07 PM
UPDATED: May 16, 2006  3:07 PM

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No direct ideas, but I’d start by experimenting with the File and Disk I/O portions of Perfmon.

Another thing to try would be Regmon and Filemon from SysInternals.com and watch their logs

These may at least give you clue as to what direction to take beyond that.

You might also put a sniffer on the network port of the server, but I’d try the first two before that.

Bob

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