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eventid 1030,1058 - loosing connection to server drive.

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Hello All,

I have a client with a small netwrok,.
sbs 2003, service pack 2.
two xp pro cleint pcs.
he has a domain .

Basically what is happening is after a few hours the pcs cannot connect to the network dirve on server, i can ping server and connect via remote desktop.
When i look on server i notice that the share folder doesnt have the share hand.

The server is issuing loads of eventid 1030, 1058 in event log.

If i reboot server it will work for a while, but it stops after a few hours.
Can anyone advise?

Thanks,
stephen
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Seems like a DNS issue make sure you are only pointing to internal DNS servers which would be the SBS pointing to itself. Disable all NICs except for the primary. Go into your Network Connection page click Advanced then Advance settings make sure your primary NIC is listed first.

The clients should be pointing to the internal DNS servers as well which means the same client should be pointing to SBS for DNS.

Run dfsutil /purgemupcache on server.
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