Good day, folks
Having a helluva time with a Windows NT Wkstn 4.0/SP 3 (DLink 530TX n.i.c.) mapping multiple shares for a single network share that exists on a NT 4.0 Server/SP 3. Roughly 15 individual drive letters are mapped to the same share and the system hasn't been rebooted in 3 days nor has the user logged out of the network either. Those drive letters weren't there after first logon 3 days ago. Where could they come from? 2 other users mapped to same share (1 NT Wkstn 4.0/SP3 and 1 Win95 OSR2.1 - no problems at all on either...)
Along the same lines, there is a Windows 95 (95B OS, I believe) network share that the same NT Wkstn is connected to. Once a day between 9am and 11am, the share "denies access" to the resource. Opening said drive through explorer reveals that the user has "access denied" to that share. The Win95 station is logged on to the network permanently and logs in with Share Level access on. All IP Addresses correct, using DHCP. Again, 1 NT Wktsn 4.0/SP3 and 1 Win95 OSR2.1 attached to same share - no problems).
I've replaced the MUP.SYS file on the NT Wkstn from original NT Wkstn CD. Will attempt to put SP4 on it as it is company standard. Any other suggestions?