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Since you are talking about a network storage location, it may be just disk quota (check if you are not getting close to the upper limit on that network drive), if you've googled you had probably seen quite a number of questions regarding quota management, albeit not Outlook question, it can be the answer. In such a case you will get unexpected (by outlook) ...


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I think you didn't read Serva's NSS documentation correctly; please click on the "WINDOWS 7" chapter. For Windows 7 hosted NSSs when clients are RIS these are the shown steps: 1. Enabling Anonymous Logon: 1. Run the Control Panel 2. Navigate to: Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center\Change advanced sharing settings\ Select: ...


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Hard to tell without knowing what server is behind the ip in question. But in general, i'd scp the file using public-key authentication. So: setup your local ssh keys, upload the public key to the server's authorized_keys2 file, and then just scp /path/to/file user@host:/path/to/target-dir On Linux, you can automatize this using cron. So if you want to ...


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On Windows 7, once you've authenticated against a server, you don't have to reauth for other mappings. In fact, if you map a share to a drive letter, and then try to map a different share on the same server to a different drive letter, and then enter on the Map Network Drive dialog the same username and password used on the first drive mapping, you get this ...


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Go to PC1 and inside D: > Properties > Security > Advanced > Owner - is the same as on C:, if not, change that. If this does not help, open cmd Enter net use * /delete in the dos box than try again


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I've seen this before. Here's what you need to do: Instead of mapping to \\PC1\D and \\PC1\E respectively, try mapping to the admin shares The admin shares that you will want to connect to are \\PC1\D$ and \\PC1\E$. To do this, open Command Prompt, and type this (you could also save this to a .bat file on your desktop, such as connect.bat to execute at any ...


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You might have a spurious network share to \\PC1\D. This is easy to verify by entering into a command-line the command : net use If you see any other share in addition to \\PC1\E, which might even be that of the administrative share of D, just enter the command : NET USE /DELETE \\PC1\share-name You should now be able to connect to \\PC1\D without ...


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Much like the answer provided by Lee, there is one more step that is important for this to work. You will need to go to "Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center\Advanced sharing settings" File Sharing you need to go under the "Password protected sharing" section and tick "Turn off password protected sharing" Don't worry other folders ...


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Try forward slashes: //REMOTE-HOST/<path>


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Goto server dir \\server\sharename or \\server\ Select Tools -> Disconnect Network Drive... A window will popup. You select all highlighted and click "OK". Now you can link to share folder with new user logon.



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