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I have a domain-network (DC is 2008 R2) where on one computer (Windows 7 Enterprise) we have shared out C-drive and D-drive to 4 users in the network.

At first everyone get access as normal, but after one user runs some processing of data on the shared folder, the other three are disconnected. Not until the computer has been restarted do they get it back. All 4 are administrators and all 4 has read/wright rights on the shared C and D.
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What operating system does each user have?
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XP SP3
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abelenkiy earned 1000 total points
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There are a maximum of 10 concurrent connections that may be made to a windows xp share. 11th will not be able to connect. It is possible that the utility that is running opens 10 connections at once.
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My comment applies to windows 7 as well.
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I have asked the people who has this program to check this. I'll come back to you!
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Thank you!
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