Writing to a mapped network crashes the server

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Shane Powell, Feb 2, 2006.

  1. Shane Powell

    Shane Powell Guest

    I have clients mapped across a domain to a shared newtork drive on 2 K3 sbs.

    All hotfixes/Patches/ Virus Defs applied

    Whenever they write to the shared directory, it crashes the server.

    To try and get this working, I've completely opened this directory to
    everyone. (Everyone : Full Control)

    Event logs show only "Unexpected shutdown at *.*.

    I'm completely lost as to where to look next.

    Thanks in advance.
     
    Shane Powell, Feb 2, 2006
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  2. please identify this shared network dirve. is it an internal or external
    hard drive? is it physically on the sbs server or a network attached device?
    you get the idea ...
     
    Kevin Weilbacher [SBS-MVP], Feb 3, 2006
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    What kind of drives (as Kevin asked)?
    What antivirus software are you running, and if you disable the realtime
    scanning, does everything work right?
     
    Lanwench [MVP - Exchange], Feb 3, 2006
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  4. Shane,

    In addition to what they've already asked.. I'd be kinda curious if this is
    being triggered by the client/traffic or something on the server itself.
    For example, can you map a drive to another client and copy a file to the
    mapped drive successfully? From the server, if you map a drive to the same
    share that the client machines are.. can you then copy a file to that mapped
    drive (effectively from the server to the server via the mapped drive).

    Might also look at network card, network card drivers, as well as,
    configuring the server not to automatically reboot if a bluescreen occurs so
    that you can see it (if one is happening) Start/Control
    Panel/System/Advanced tab/Startup and Recovery section click the Settings
    button and uncheck Automatically restart.


    ---

    Hope that helps,
    David Copeland
    Microsoft Small Business Server Support

    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.


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    "Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"
     
    David Copeland [MSFT], Feb 3, 2006
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  5. Shane Powell

    Shane Powell Guest

    This is mapped to an internal D: drive of a 2k3 SBS server.
    Over 80 gig of free space

    Drivemapping on server is set up as c: (os) d: data: e: logs


     
    Shane Powell, Feb 3, 2006
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  6. Shane Powell

    Shane Powell Guest

    Clients are using Nortons. I have turned off trhe nortons scanning

    The server has Trend CSM



    Drives is one SATA drive partioned into three

    I will try the realtime scanning


    Computer:
    Operating System Microsoft Windows
    Server 2003, Standard Edition
    OS Service Pack Service Pack 1
    Internet Explorer 6.0.3790.1830
    Computer Name SERVER01
    User Name administrator
    Logon Domain ******

    Motherboard:
    CPU Type Unknown, 3000 MHz
    (3.75 x 800)
    Motherboard Name Unknown
    Motherboard Chipset Unknown
    System Memory 1024 MB
    BIOS Type AMI (12/31/99)
    Communication Port Communications Port
    (COM1)
    Communication Port Communications Port
    (COM2)
    Communication Port ECP Printer Port
    (LPT1)

    Display:
    Video Adapter ATI ES1000 (16 MB)

    Storage:
    Disk Drive Maxtor 6L160M0
    Optical Drive TSSTcorp CD-ROM
    TS-H192C

    Partitions:
    C: (NTFS) 17241 MB (9857 MB
    free)
    E: (NTFS) 119373 MB (112540 MB
    free)
    F: (NTFS) 16002 MB (15637 MB
    free)
    Server


    [ Motherboard ]

    Motherboard Properties:
    Manufacturer HP
    Product ML110 G3
     
    Shane Powell, Feb 3, 2006
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    Then why are you using NAV on the desktop? You should be using OfficeScan,
    managed from the server. At any rate, I was talking about the realtime file
    scanning on the server, not the clients.
     
    Lanwench [MVP - Exchange], Feb 3, 2006
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