Network folder disappears after creating it as a mounted volume. I have a MS 2K8R2 file server vm. I map users to a directory called Department via GPO. Users are able to see their own department folders but not other department folders due to access based enumeration. This system has worked very well and without issue for 5 years. The drive began to fill up. It's limited to 2TB due to the fact that it's a vm on a VCenter5 host. I created a new drive and "mounted volume" then moved the data for the operations department to the new drive. The problem is that the users, intermittently, can no longer see their "Operations" department drive. It appears some times but not others when trying to save a document to their network department drive. Has anyone experienced this with a GPO mapped network drive to an access based enumerated mounted volume?
This appears to happen for Windows 7 clients but not Windows 10.
PSEXEC vulnerability! Must-read for admins who use it. Please note that you might not be aware that you use it since it is incorporated into some software products that interact with remote systems, so read it anyway!
0patch has issued a patch, Microsoft has not (yet). Only patches psexec v2.2!
Update: Microsoft released a new patched version. To use it against machines that you used the old version against, you need to launch this command 1st, or it will fail:
net stop psexecsvc & sc remove psexecsvc