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Novell Client "Auto Reconnect" feature doesn't works


our workstations are Windows XP SP2 (spanish), and we are using the 4.91SP1
client version.
If a workstation has a mapping to a volume of one of our Netware 6.5 SP5
servers, and we dismount and next we mount this volume, the mapping is
definitely lost, until we CLOSE the windows session and start a new one (in
fact, the mapping is not lost: the drive letter remains, but if you go into
it it's empty!!!).
I've tried with the 4.91SP3 client, and the results are the same.
Of course, the Advanced Setting "Auto Reconnect" is ON.
In the workstation we also have the Zenworks 6.5 SP2 Agent installed and

Anyone is experiencing the same problem?

Thank you very much,

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Re: Novell Client "Auto Reconnect" feature doesn't works


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