Wed May 19 23:02:50 GMT 2004

```Did you disable the web client service on the XP box?

On Wednesday 19 May 2004 04:32 pm, samba wrote:
> No, i don't. Actually my fileserver acts as our wins server as well. It's a
> pretty bare bones linux network setup, no kooky windows stuff at all. No
> pdc, just wins server, dns/router box, and a few others. Thanks for the
>
> I still can't figure out why xp is sooooo slow. Tested the same samba share
> on a win2k box and it is lightning fast. click, click, click, you get the
> picture. Why xp, why?
>
> anyone else?
>
> -chris
>
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>    -------Original Message-------
>
>    > From: Tom Skeren <tms3 at fsklaw.net>
>    > Subject: Re: [Samba] Windows XP slow access to network places
>    > shortcut? Sent: 19 May 2004 22:11:06
>    >
>    >  Do you have a W2k or W2k3 domain?  If so, it's may be due to windows
>    >  waiting to time out getting/checking kerberos tickets.
>    >
>    >  samba wrote:
>    >  >All,
>    >  >
>    >  >In winxp & 2k for that matter, you have the ability of saving
>    >  > shortcuts to network places in the my network places. When some of
>    >  > my users try to access these shortcuts(to a samba share) in winxp,
>    >  > it takes a horrendous amount of time for the folders to populate
>    >  > the screen. Especially when viewing in windows explorer with the
>    >  > folders view button depressed. Under tools>folder options>view tab,
>    >  > I have unchecked Automatically search for network folders and
>    >  > printers and also unchecked Use simple file sharing(recommended).
>    >  > Any ideas as to what might be causing the slowness? Also, under XP
>    >  > is there any way to get around having to do the %name to access a
>    >  > samba share? e.g. \\fileserve\share\subfolder%user ?? Any