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Terminal server,  keeps crashing, and results to users losing data, when working on MS office docs, opening saved file etc.

Terminal server is running Windows server2008 R2. Has about 20 -25 users, who mainly use MS office 2007.

The Data is on separate server which, is running windows 2008 standard it consists of user home drives and  network shares.

Also if this helps AD is on a separate box, running windows server 2008 standard

According to Microsoft issue relate to network connection dropping when writing files. There is a hotfix for windows server 2003 but not 2008.

I need a temporary fix as the clients are being moved from this complex environment soon, so any help will be appreciated.

Please see attached file, for event ID error !!

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There are lots of suggestions here: http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=50&eventno=606&source=TermDD&phase=1

Many seem to relate to encryption levels and associated certificates.  Also, some suggestion that an antivirus scan might be a culprit.
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Not a really solution as I already looked at the site suggested before I posted my solution.
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