I have a windows 2003 server running Quickbooks Enterprise Solutions 11. It hosts (4) company files for a total of about (10) users. The users are running XP -Everything is up to date
The network has SonicWall TZ210w with (2) layer 1 type netgear gigabit switches and teaming enabled on the servers dual onboard nic's
My issue is Quickbooks constantly aborts the connection. There is no consistency in the abort..thus far.. all users could be in or it could be Saturday when no one else is in but the accountant.. As the admin this issue is making me look pretty foolish and it's very frustrating as my users rely pretty heavily on this !#$# program. Is there a way to trace the packets to locate where the disconnect is coming from i.e. wireshark... what would I look for ??
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