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cannot save data to network

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Hi Experts,

we have a client server environment with WIN7 and WIN2008.
The Fileserver is a cluster of two server.
The cluster storage is a volume on a storage system HP MSA2000.

Since some week one colleague has problems to save data on the share.
The share is company network share on the cluster file server and mapped via GPO to the users.
Sometimes he works in autocad, the file is opened from the network share.
Suddenly the autocad application saved the map locally in a temp file.

I cannot find any error.
Where do I have to look for ?
Do you have any hints ?
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Windows may be marking the network share drive as offline due to inactivity.  Depending on if you want offline drives and files to be available, there are a few settings to check to see how Windows clients handle the mapped drive.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749449%28WS.10%29.aspx
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ok but where to set the offline files on win2008 server ?
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when I check the shares on the fileserver I cannot see the offline modus
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