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File Server loses Shares After Reboot



 
 
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Old August 8th 06, 03:10 PM posted to comp.arch.storage
david
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Default File Server loses Shares After Reboot

I was wondering if anyone else might have run across this before. We
have a file server 2003R2 that connects to a san through iscsi but it
loses it shares after a reboot. i usually have to grab the backup
share info in the registry and merge it back in and restart the server
service. It works but a pain in the butt for just to reboot the
server. I also have the server service dependant on the iscsi
connecter service starting so that should take care of any issues there
but it still happens.

Any ideas would be welcome.


Thanks
Dave

 




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