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alt textI keep getting the "network error" on windows2008 trying to copy data from mounted T: (net use T: and this is NetApp CIFS share). There are Kiwi syslog and application accessing the T: share the similar way using service start up with authenticated user. While I was copying data from T: to local system or to remote host, I am getting network error saying "The network drive location no longer available". (This is just split of second, and T: still showing mounted after error occurred under windows explorer)

Any help will be much appreciated!!

asked 26 Nov '14, 11:43

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(27 Nov '14, 04:56) kishan pandey

I don't think that the reset is part of the new session in the picture, because the SYN is for port 1161. The reset is on port 1160, which issues a close request/response pair in the old session, so it looks okay to me. But it is hard to say where the problem is without a capture.

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answered 27 Nov '14, 07:23

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