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Windows 7: Network problems Win 7 and SBS 2008

03 Jun 2013   #1

Windows 7 Professional 32-bit, Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
Network problems Win 7 and SBS 2008


I have some problems with Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit connected to SBS 2008 server.

1. I forget to change the password which was expired during the weekend and then I not have access to my mailbox, then one colleague who have the administrator privilegies on the server, reset my password. After this everytime I try to connect to Outlook on my laptop I need to reenter my username and password. Every Outlook start I have a Windows Security windows with colleague username, then I need to loginin using "Use another account", then enter my username and password, then work normally to next Outlook restart. Is the same if I use "Remember my credentials". If I use checkbox "Remember my credentials" they remember my username to next windows restart. If I not use it, I need to enter username and password every Outlook restart.

2. The second error I have on my laptop is deletion of shortcuts to server folders. This happen every day during the time between 12:30am and 01:30pm (GMT+1), this is lounch time. If I restart or turn off the PC during this time, nothing happen. If the PC work normally in this time, when I return from lounch I not have any shortcut to the server folders and need to make new shortcuts. I also see in this time that my PC have connection to local network but is missed internet connection. When Restart there is also internet connection.

Any idea becouse this happen?
The first problem become after colleague reset my password, the second is during a few months.
Any help will be apreciated.

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06 Aug 2013   #2

Windows 7 Professional 32-bit, Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit

I solve this with reinstalation of windows and reenter in domain like new PC
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