Slow performance from Windows XP Stations on Windows 2000 Server Network

Per Microsoft article Q321169 I have changed the RequireSecuritySignature value to 0 in and the EnableSecuritySignature value type 0 in the Server registry, yet when I reboot the server the Enable Security Signature reverts back to 1.  

This wasn't happening before I installed one or more of the latest service packs but now it is and the slow on the network for transferring files is slow.  

Help?


Thanks,

Eric
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kapesCommented:
have you checked ... is it coming back from domain Group Policy ??
or for that matter from Local Policy...

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ericpatentAuthor Commented:
I haven't changed any group policies or added any for that matter.  Where should I look.  The thing is that this was working, and then I did one of the MS Service packs and all of a sudden the value won't stay at 0.

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kapesCommented:
Try using this tool to monitor registry and find-out which process is changing the registry key of our concern...

http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/source/regmon.shtml

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