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    Pain In the A$$!

    Right okay you lovely edugeekers here's a problem for you, last night i was imaging PC's fine using a mapped drive from a share on the server. no problems everything hunky dory.

    Come in this morning, nothing's been touched, switch everything on and hey presto i cannot connect a mapped drive to the share BUT i can remote to the server. Any thoughts?!?!

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    I presume you've double checked permissions? It's always permissions

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    It looks asthough the network card is unwell, plugged another card in and everything's hunky dory, luckily the server's just for storing images on nothing major but does mean it's down to 100Mbps rather than 1Gbps :-(

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