By 'caching was enabled' I mean it was set to 'Only the files and folders users specify will be available offline'. As we have the Make Available Offline bits disabled you would think that Windows wouldn't cache these drives and make them available offline. However Windows 7 is much more intelligent than us and makes the decision for us..............................
I had another issue on one of the same machines, Sound Forge couldn't create a temp document. I tried to create a folder to see if the user had permission to write in the folder and got a "Too many files open for sharing" error.
Originally Posted by sted
And yep I recreated the shares over the summer holiday after re-configuring the SAN. Caching is enabled on the share as is default, this is going to be changed I think.
If you are having trouble with misbehaving access to fileshares in Windows 7, try the links in the following post:
Originally Posted by psydii
They are all hotfixes?!?!?!??!??!?!?! Are MS planning on putting these in SP2? I have had some of those errors with CSC saying "The specified network name is no longer available" assumed it was dodgy wireless!