skaii Absent Member.
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Error Descriptor invalid when trying to access shared foders

Hi,.
Users lose their "access" to a drive (Home drive, shared drive, apps drive)
but the other drives works fine. This happens anytime of the day.
Different users, different segments on the network and different hardware.
The only thing that is the same is the Windows 7 image which includes the
Novell Client.

Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Error Descriptor invalid when trying to access shared foders

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skaii Absent Member.
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Re: Error Descriptor invalid when trying to access shared fo

why i accept to work on technology with no community !!!!!
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Re: Error Descriptor invalid when trying to access shared foders

On 23/06/2014 15:46, skaii wrote:

> why i accept to work on technology with no community !!!!!


It would probably help you get a reply if you were to provide us with
some further information such as:

* Which version of iFolder is running on the server?
* Which version of Linux is hosting the iFolder server?
* Which version of the iFolder Client?

HTH.
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Simon
Novell Knowledge Partner

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