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Lost Drive Mappings?

Any idea what could cause lost drive mappings of all users for brief
periods of time?
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Re: Lost Drive Mappings?

There are dozens of possibilities.
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Andrew C Taubman
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Re: Lost Drive Mappings?

Andrew C Taubman wrote:
> There are dozens of possibilities.

Hi,
There is nothing solid about this on the support.novell.com
knowledgebase? The only one that comes close i the DHCP issue but the
users can still access the the Internet at that time and other servers.
There is no license errors, server errors, Performance and monitoring
Health Statistic Trends reveal avaerage utilization prior to the event.
I am stumped?
Thanks
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Re: Lost Drive Mappings?

I was hoping you'd pick up my implication that there was no way of
diagnosing your problem from the description you gave. Let me be more
specific.

What versions of NW, SP, DS, client32, client OS, client OS SP?

Has this always happened, or only since what change or update?

Check licensing itself: You should have an NLS_LSP object for each 6.0
server in its container. A unique 6.0 server license object should be in
the same container as each server object, or above that in the tree, and
assigned to that server. If non-MLA, a 6.0 user (conn) license needs to
be in the same container as the user objects, or above that in the tree,
and not assigned to any server. Make sure the two license types are
successfully being consumed.

You should have an NLS_LSP object for each 6.5 server, in its container.
A 6.5 server license object should be in the same container as the
server object(s), or above that in the tree, and not assigned to any
server. If non-MLA, a 6.5 user (conn) license needs to be in the same
container as the user objects, or above that in the tree, and not
assigned to any server. Make sure the two license types are successfully
being consumed.

Please download fconfig12.exe from the file finder at
support.novell.com. Extract Config.nlm from it and copy that to
SYS:SYSTEM . On the console do LOAD CONFIG /ALL, and wait until the
output file CONFIG.TXT gets created (on NW 6.x this message only appears
on the Logger screen). Please post that file here, with any public IP
addresses and RConsole passwords edited out - you can delete the long
file listing at the end if it's too big to post. Thank you.
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Andrew C Taubman
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