1. I only have this problem accessing a share on the Vista machine
FROM the SAME Vista machine through Network. Of course I can access
through the folder itself without a problem.
2. I have not problem accessing network shares located on other
machines from the Vista machine.
3. I can map to the resource on the Vista machine (GUI& CMD Prompt)
FROM the SAME Vista machine. The net use is a success, but I get the
hourglass if I try to access - and onto the reset button.
4. Disabling autotuning and globall rss didn't help.
5. If I unshare and recreate the share I all it fine until I reboot
and I get the same unwanted behavior.
6. I downgraded NTFS and Share perms to everyone - that has no
Thanks for your help. I rapidly considering a re-install of XP. I
get aggravated enough at work and I don't have the time and
inclination to fight it at home.
On Sun, 23 Dec 2007 19:39:58 -0600, Jeffrey Randow
>Do they ever come up?
>Also, depending on your network structure, you may want to disable
>Vista's autotuning and RSS, which helps when talking to XP and W2K3
>(particularly R2) machines:
>netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
>netsh int tcp set global rss=disabled
>Also, have you tried mapping a network drive to a share (either
>through the GUI or through NET USE at a command prompt)?
>Windows Networking MVP 2001-2006
>On Sun, 23 Dec 2007 12:14:07 -0500, folderann <email@example.com>
>>I have a small home network -running Active Directory. I have several
>>XP Machines and one Visa Business64.
>>The problem occurs only on the Vista machine, and only when I am
>>trying to access shares on that Vista machine. I can access shares on
>>the XP machines, or the DC (Windows 2003 Server).
>>I enter Network. If I click on the Computer Name (or expand) to
>>display the shares, it displays them. But when I try to expland the
>>share itself, I get an hourglass and the system freezes. Or if I
>>click on any of the shared resources, the same thing (hourglass -
>>freeze) happens. I cannot click start or open task manager or
>>anything. Occasionally the Network Explorer window looks like it is
>>tile-ing, creating numerous tiled instances. I have to press the
>>I've checked the local as well as doman controller Event logs and
>>there are no errors or info entries at the time before the freeze.
>>I've run Defender and done Anti-virus Scans. Neither turns up
>>I've checked share and ntfs permission. They're OK and, even if they
>>weren't, it wouln't cause a freeze.
>>I'm an SA for a large organization, running AD with only XP machines,
>>and I'm embarrased to say, I've run out of ideas.
>>I hope someone can help me figure this out.