Migrated VB6 (MS Access 2003) based application from Windows Server 2008 Enterprise to Windows Server 2008 R2. The application is accessed via network share from Citrix XenApp.
Since the move, we have had an almost daily corruption issue in one of the mdb files. Does WIN2K8 R2 behave differently than WIN2K8 Enterprise in terms of handling open sessions? The Citrix servers reboot nightly – some end-users are bad about logging out correctly and leaving sessions idle.
Is there a file monitoring tool, script or some other method to monitor the file for corruption and send an e-mail notification?