Unable to see shared folders to an iSCSI storage

We are currently having an issue with an iSCSI box and connector on a Windows Server 2003 SP2 R2 Standard x64 server.  It seems that some of the shared folders on this one server have issues sharing all of the information to users who access it.  For example, let's say you have folder 'A', and have folders '1', '2', and '3' within folder 'A'.  You share folder 'A' and everything seems fine, you are able to connect to the subsequent folders with no issues.  Sometimes, eventhough you can still access folder 'A', you find that you cannot view folders '1', '2', and '3' anymore.  Even though they were there just minutes before.  The only thing I can is to remove the share and re-share the folder.  

Has anyone noticed this before?  The only think my manager and I can think of is that we are using both ports on the iSCSI controller.  Please lemt know if you need further information.
nvr8981Asked:
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grayeCommented:
Hummm... I'd recommend you try some obvious things first, like running chkdsk.exe on the iSCSI box (it probably has it's own consistancy checker, but you know what I mean)
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nvr8981Author Commented:
Found that Promise Technology had an issue with SP2.  They have release a fix for it as of last week.
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