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Windows 7 computers running office 2003 are slow to close/save to a windows 2008r2 server

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All Windows 7 computers are slow in savihng office 2003 documents to a 2008r2 server
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CoreyN earned 500 total points
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Give disabling SMB 2 a try.  I had issue with very slow opening of office files for 2007. Problem showed up only with Win 7 and 2008 server.  (XP machines were fine.)

From Windows 7.0 you can drop to a command line and issue the following commands (make sure you are an admin, or run CMD.exe as an admin)

    sc config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb10/nsi
    sc config mrxsmb20 start= disabled

Reboot machine.  
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CoreyN - Thanks for your help everything is running smoothly now.

Jim
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