We seem to have exaclty the same situation at one of our clients that happened in EE question
(They have a Windows 2003 Server with mainly Win XP clients)
It refers to a soluiton from MS to disable opportunistic locking
In the MS Solution
It describes how do do it via the registry, but I'm confused. Firstly does it mean on the server or client workstations? Secondly there is no key in the registry path it specifies:
All I have is: "CscEnabled"=dword:0000000
On either the XP workstatins or on the server. Does it mean I should add it?
Thirdly, do I need to do all the reg key changes it refers to?
All explanations greatly received.