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They are only interested in selling you dancing monkeys. Launch regedit from Start Search box.2. Saturday, March 31, 2012 9:41 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I tried the above edits w/o success, and I just refused to restart the machine as that They are having the mapped drives shade out and the only thing that gets them reconnected is restarted the computer. Check This Out

If you don't want to discuss the machine, add anymore details then you are playing right into the industry's hands reaching into your pockets.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse With GPO? We do have some 2003 DCs active, however the file shares reside on a 2008 file server where the mappings occur. If you would like to work together to try to resolve this, I would be most happy to.

Windows 7 Loses Network Connection Intermittently

and the problem came back.. I applied Win 7 SP1 on the system having theproblemand am waiting to see if this resolves the issue. Now trying windows 8.1 to see if the bug will be there but these one seem to be particular to windows 7 Denis Edited by Vakcin1 Monday, September 28, 2015 2:03 Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password?

Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Need help urgently... I believe the number range is from 0 to 655555 or something.. Both of which is in the domain.

Back to the last correctly working image you made.3. Browse other questions tagged windows-7 windows-xp file-sharing network-share or ask your own question. I asked above if you changed the setting you put in your first post. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/23836709/Mapped-Network-Drives-loses-connection-overnight.html So I took a different approach as my disconnects of shared drives occurred when changing to and from VPN.

Restart.Arthur Xie - MSFT Marked as answer by infinite15 Wednesday, February 10, 2010 8:58 PM Monday, February 08, 2010 5:50 AM Reply | Quote Moderator All replies 0 Sign in to NET CONFIG SERVER /AUTODISCONNECT:-1 (this command disabled the autodisconnect feature in a network connection is idle).. I sometimes lose the connection over night. And the forum does ask for details each time you post.

  1. This setting can be overridden as needed to allow certain user accounts to retain access during backups or other normally restricted times.
  2. The network icon indicator says the ethernet is connected at 1Gbps.
  3. I knew it was related to a network connections not closing or something but could not isolate it. 3.
  4. Any ideas?
  5. After one of the installs runs I usually (but not always) lose my ability to connect to a mapped drive, and also the ability to connect to the host server on

Server 2012 Keeps Dropping Network Connection

In all your "responses", you haven't asked for any additional information.... this content although it is now only an inconvenience, i worry that it will eventually lead to more serious problems. Windows 7 Loses Network Connection Intermittently I applied Win 7 SP1 on the system having theproblemand am waiting to see if this resolves the issue. Windows 7 Loses Mapped Network Drives Wow.

I don’t know if I have SP1. Other question. These machines are not statically assigned but have a DHCP reservation from the server assigned to that MAC address.Try this...Take one of the PCs and set the address on the NIC Why don't we use weights to store energy? Net Config Server /autodisconnect:-1

Microsoft firewall is running. I have 3 machines. 1 (XP) and 2(Windows 7 recently loaded). I've tried, the TCP chimney disable. this contact form Right click "my computer" and left click manage.

by R. I believe the number range is from 0 to 655555 or something.. Since updating the NIC drivers earlier, only a couple people have had trouble...hmm... 0 Serrano OP OceanV May 9, 2012 at 2:47 UTC I believe this is isolated

ok fine..

Under Windows XP the user did just fine but once we moved him over to Win 7 it changed. buy a new computer!" Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - More clues are needed. In this case you may need to change the NTLM authentication level. I am having a problem on Windows 7 Pro 32-bit VL edition.

I am wondering if it is a security issue in Windows 7 that is creating the issue because there is no administrator password. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. There's a (smaller, I think) chance that it's a hardware issue. You never get that little yellow arrow or a red x over the network icon - and in part, why should it?

Reload your OS.' (paraphrased). Thanks in advance, Bashy I found the answer, and all of the above info here... after being idle for a while the sessions dropped because they were idle (this is normal and by default). I have 3 machines. 1 (XP) and 2(Windows 7 recently loaded).

Regards, Miya TechNet Subscriber Support in forum. If the problem wasn't fixed, Poly Admin would have been back.Apparently Poly Admin's problem has been fixed.