windows cannot reconnect

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while opening the shared folder in sever error is occuring windows cannot reconnect the data y: already in use
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Do you have Administrative Rights to the Server? If not you might want to show this to your network Admin.

Read this and follow the instructions to disable Auto-disconnect.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/138365/EN-US/
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hai atno,


ya i have administrative right .
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hai to all ,


i had some problem in connecting the shared folder in server , i am using the 2000 server , while using the client system Xp sp2 error appered like windows cannot reconnect the "shared folder Z:\ " already in use . i checked the network cable it's good, and go to entire network-> microsoft windows network shared folder is there. give some idea please......



thank u
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Disconnect the mapped drives. then reboot the computer and they should remap just fine from your login script.


I assume you use login scripts to map your drives.

One thing you can do to avoid this problem is add the following two lines at the beginning of your login script

NET USE * /delete /y
NET USE /persistent:NO

At log in that will delete any mapped drives that exist and will not make the new ones persistent - in other words once you log out, the mapped network drives will not remain mapped.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

you assigned this folder to the other user so that the problem occurs.
when you share this folder and give the path , you gave the wrong path

go to the administrator and ask them to share the folder to the right path . and give the permissions.

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