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windows 7 client not consistently connecting

I have a windows 7 client that will not consistently connect to both servers it needs to in order to have access to directories. The one server that it consistently connects to is the server that is the master replica server. The master replica server is within the same subnet as the client. The server I really need it to connect to consistently (to access a db for an app) is in a different subnet. I have the tree as the ipaddress of the master replica server and the preferred server as the ipaddress of the server that house the db for the app I need to run on the workstation. How can I troubleshoot this issue?
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Sounds like an SLP problem to me. But how is the the PC trying to connect? Do you have permanent drive letters assigned, or mappings in the login script , or what?

And what exact Server OS, SP, desktop OS, SP and client versions please?

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The server is an oes 11 sp 2 server. The desktop is a windows 7 sp 1. The client is 2 sp 3 IR 6.

I have drive mappings in the container login script in which the user is a member of.

Does that help.
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jmcg Wrote in message:

> The server is an oes 11 sp 2 server. The desktop is a windows 7 sp 1.
> The client is 2 sp 3 IR 6.
>
> I have drive mappings in the container login script in which the user is
> a member of.
>
> Does that help.


Are you aware that Client 2 SP3 IR8 is available? Can you try with
that then report back.

http://download.novell.com/Download?buildid=4bBKN2Ek76Q~

HTH.
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Simon Flood
Novell Knowledge Partner
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