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unc mappings not working after SP2007 -> 2010 upgrade

unc mappings not working after SP2007 -> 2010 upgrade

unc mappings not working after SP2007 -> 2010 upgrade

(OP)
Need advice really urgently... if you know how / why please reply asap... thanks! Mike

RE: unc mappings not working after SP2007 -> 2010 upgrade

Did you get this fixed?

We had the same issue with one offices after a migration.

Found that the WebClient service was not running on the users machine.
 

http://www.sharepointed.com/

RE: unc mappings not working after SP2007 -> 2010 upgrade

(OP)
Hi ehaze... No couldn't get it fixed, had to roll back to sp2007 snapshot from friday night  and lose the weekend's upgrade work - painful... Need to set it all up on test and see if your idea works before trying again on live... Thanks Mike

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