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Terminal Server / Mac OS x

By ThysvdW ·
We have a HP ProLiant DL380 G5 server which is running Vmware ESXi 4.0.0.

On the VM we have a virtual machine running Windows Server 2003 Terminal services (2003 version 5.2 R2 SP2). Users connect to the Terminal Server using HP Thinclients.

A few of our users have a file share setup with a "MAPPED NETWORK DRIVE" script, which connects to a share volume on a Mac OS X Server (version 10.5..

Working on the file share is fine, but occasionally the TS server will hang when trying to open or save files to the file share, causing a disconnect of the session, and sometimes requiring the reboot of the Terminal Server VM. This is not a problem for people connecting through Windows XP to the same file share.

It could be a combination fault between VmWare/Terminal Server and Mac, but we are at our end with trying to find a solution.

Any advise would be appreciated!!

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Repost as a 'Question'.

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Terminal Server / Mac OS ...

Try reposting this using the 'Ask a Question' button. The 'Discussion' forum is for matters of general discussion, not specific problems in search of a solution.

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by ThysvdW In reply to Repost as a 'Question'.

Seems that it was duplicated (already posted as question as well)

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