Can't open network shares

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Joe, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. Joe

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    The computer is on XPSP2 and is a member of a domain. At random times it will
    not open a subdirectory within a network share. This only happens on this
    machines and at random times. There are no entries in Event Viewer nor are
    any errors returned through Explorer.

    So here is basically what happens. Say I want to get to R:\My
    Dept\Files\Whatever

    I open R:\My Dept with no issues, but then when I double click on Files,
    Explorer will flash to the Files dorectory then go back to the My Dept
    directory. I have also tried entering the full path in the address bar and
    get the same result. This isn't limited to one directory either, when this
    happens it affects all of the network directories. But again, only on this
    computer and it is random when it happens.

    Anyone have an idea on what may cause this?
     
    Joe, Mar 24, 2008
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