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NetWare 5 Drops users cannot delete files from Server

NetWare 5 Drops users cannot delete files from Server

NetWare 5 Drops users cannot delete files from Server

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The NetWare 5 Server drops users when they are copying files to the the server.  The files are courrpted and cannot be opened, and cannot be deleted from the Server.  The Server has to be downed and then rebooted into DOS to delete the files.  Does anyone know of a fix for this issue?

RE: NetWare 5 Drops users cannot delete files from Server

GIve a little more info...is this NW 5.0 or 5.1?  Are you running NFS services (UNix File Services), what is running on the workstation when the problem occurs?  IS this a direct copy or ftp of the file?  WHat version of the netware client are you running?  HAve you had this problem before?  Did it just start?

If you could provide this, I should be able to help you.


Mark C. Greenwood, CNE
m_jgreenwood@yahoo.com
 
CNE 4.11 and CNE 5 certified.  BS Degree in MIS.  Working in the industry for 8 years.  
I work with NT servers, NDS for NT as well.

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