Lost connection to server 2003 shared drive

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Network drives
Shared drives
Windows Server 2003
Hi All, We have windows 2003 file server and all our clients have suddenly lost connection to its shared drive. We have checked the permission for this share and all domain users have change and read rights - (network policy). All the other shares on the other servers on the network are ok. It was working fine all day long.On-access scanning has been disabled ( we are using sophos) and there are no errors on the event logs to suggest the losing connection for the shares. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Cholox
ASKED: May 13, 2008  6:52 AM
UPDATED: May 13, 2008  12:36 PM

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Hi freind,

There is a problem with you drive do not share always share folders in drive so it is easy way to access any thing from client computer actually problem no. of user connect to the server so it create this type of problem

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