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Windows 98 Workstation disconnects from Windows 2000 server

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I have a Windows 98 workstation that often is unable to access the Windows 2000 server.

Open a folder on this troublesome workstation from another workstation and it is able to access the server again. Weird!

Any ideas on why this workstation routinely is unable to read files from the server? Why would exploring the files of this computer from another workstation, allow it to access server files again?
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Load the Active Directory client from Win2K server CD.
Hope this will help, Chris.
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How do you load the Active Directory client from the CD?
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