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Local System Account maintain persistent connections

Hi, I am looking for solution to maintain persistent connection for local system account. I had run out of space on Windows Server 2003R2 and have to use mapped directory on other server in my AD (for use by IIS )

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Wojtek
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jordibartrinaCommented:
Hi Wojtek,
I think will be better for you (and cheaper) if you attach a USB hard disc or USB pendrive on the host with IIS.
Connections between servers are exposed to fail.
HTH

Jordi
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WojtekLKAuthor Commented:
Hi Jordi, good point - this server is virtual. I will try.
However I would prefer to solve this with persistent connection.

Wojtek
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jordibartrinaCommented:
Hi Wojtek,
If you are running in VM, you can expand your disk easily, or add another virtual disk to your IIS if space free is available on the host.
If you prefer maintain a persistent connection with another server, I suggest try to use DFS and forget mapping with net use.
http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/windows2003-distributed-file-system.html
HTH

Jordi
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WojtekLKAuthor Commented:
Hi Jordi,

thanks for your help and sorry for abandom this subject for so long. I think I will try to extend my disk space.
Regards,
Wojtej
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