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keep losing connection to server 2008 at 6:00 pm every day

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every day at 6:00 pm all my xp pro and windows 7 loose coonection to server 2008.  I am running a domain
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by:Nirev
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Can you please provide more details? as it sounds like you running a network backup service to a nas , or have some other service scheduled to run at 6pm.
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by:infolurk
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Have a look in your SQL management console at the SQL server agent. See what jobs are running at 6.00pm every day. My guess is you will find something that is stopping and starting the service there.
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by:Casey Herman
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Post your system logs and applications logs.  That will tell us what is wrong.

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by:spars
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I will do that in the AM
Thanks
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by:Darius Ghassem
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What type of connection are you losing? Can you ping the server? Please provide more details.
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by:spars
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I will verify that tonite

application.csv
system.csv
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by:spars
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I can ping the server both by ip adress and by name.
When I try to browse to mapped drives by going to my computer.
F: is not accessible.  ( Error message when I click on mapped drive---The system detected a possible attemt to to comprimise security. Please ensure that you can contact the server that authenticated you)
cannot browse by network neighborhood either.

This happens everynite at 6:00 PM

When I relogon to the server 2008 from a workstation everthing works
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by:spars
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internet continues to work
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by:spars
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also did nslookup Here is my response
C:\Documents and Settings\svr.OPTOMETRY.000>nslookup
*** Can't find server name for address 192.168.1.1: No response from server
Default Server:  dns3.netins.net
Address:  167.142.225.3
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by:Darius Ghassem
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Make sure you are only pointing to internal DNS servers and that you disable all NICs except for one.
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If you are running a domain then your router should not be in your TCP\IP setting at all
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