Rights Loss

Posted on 2008-11-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-02
I have a few users (3) out of (400) that periodically lose connection to there home folder when the PC  comes out of standby. All other network drives are fine, bu they receive an insufficient rights error when trying to open the home folder only. There are errors in the system and app events log, but none relate to thses machines or the rights issues.
Question by:JAssaturian

    Accepted Solution

    Is standby a necessary feature that they need to have enabled?   If not I would consider disabling it on those 3 machines.  

    Let me know what you think, thanks.


    Author Comment

    Our corporate policy states the machine must go into to Stand By mode after 15 minutes of idle time.

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