| strange things are happening to my users
| they get disconnected from the network when opening an office document
| the file it self can be local (attachment in outlook) or on a webserver
| the minute you close the file the network comes back up
| it is reproducable
| recently we installed mcafee enterprise 7 for the clients
| and version 8 on the servers
| that's the only new thing we did as far as I know
| anyone experienced something like this?
| just a suggestion:
May 25, 2005 3:50:59 PM
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Dave Patrick was thinking very hard :
> The default timeout is 15 minutes. From a command prompt on the *server
> net config server /autodisconnect:-1
> for no disconnect.
> Setting this from the command line may turn off auto tuning for the server
> service. So a better solution is to navigate to
> and set the Reg_DWord hex value of
> If "autodisconnect" doesn't exist, Add it.
> (note; ffffffff = aprox. 8171 years)
> Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
> Microsoft Certified Professional
> Microsoft MVP [Windows]
> "chriske911" wrote:
>> strange things are happening to my users
>> they get disconnected from the network when opening an office document
>> the file it self can be local (attachment in outlook) or on a webserver
>> the minute you close the file the network comes back up
>> it is reproducable
>> recently we installed mcafee enterprise 7 for the clients
>> and version 8 on the servers
>> that's the only new thing we did as far as I know
>> anyone experienced something like this?
>> just a suggestion:
strange thing is this has never happened before
I know of the disconnecting of mapped drives but I don't care about
it's the disconnecting whenever a user opens any office file that
I will try out your advice anyway, thnx