[Samba] Drag and Drop and Crash
jsummers at cs.ou.edu
Wed Apr 11 15:01:24 GMT 2007
Went to the user machine this morning. Using regedit I went through the
registry and removed any keys / values that contained the samba server name.
Rebooted and then re-mapped a drive. Still no joy. Trying to do a simple
drag and drop copy form one location in the share to another location in the
same share causes the machine to reboot.
Ideas / suggestions?
Jim Summers wrote:
> More info. I went the user's workstation and created a new user. Then
> mapped a drive to a different share. Attempted to copy a file within
> that share and boom, reboot.
> Jim Summers wrote:
>> Hello List,
>> I am running a 3.0.24 server on redhat EL4. I have a user that has
>> mapped a drive to his home directory on the server. When he copies a
>> file from the share to a local disk location, desktop for example, it
>> goes just fine. When he attempts to copy / move / cut and paste a
>> file from one location on the share to another location in the same
>> share, it will literally crash his local machine and it reboots.
>> Other users can do the same no problems. He can map to a different
>> samba server and is able to copy a file within that share.
>> I am suspecting some corrupt file entry or possibly something strange
>> in the registry not sure. I have looked in his home directory and do
>> not see any thing out of the ordinary.
>> Ideas / Suggestions?
>> Many Thanks
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