We have a MS Server 2008 acting as a webserver and since upgrading users to Vista connectivity issues
Posted on 2008-10-06
We have a MS Windows 2008 server being used as a webserver with a shared databases folder on it that users access via a logon script (contains only MS Access db's) Since ugrading users to Vista Business from XP they are having problems maintaining a solid connection to it. The connection will get slow and then they will reboot and they cannot reconnect to it, the only way is to reboot the server and then they can connect and see the server on the network. When this happens the server cannot be seen from any workstation or even the other Windows 2008 fileserver although I can logon to it remotey and services connecting to it from the website can access those databases such as member's logging in and conference registrations. There's no errors in the logs that indicate an issue and of course a reboot is only a bandaid for the problem.