How lager the Offline Files? How many space do you have in the computer? By
default, the entire cache (both Temporary Files and Always Available Offline
files) is limited to 25 percent of the free space on the hard drive.
Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
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"Mantvydas" <mantvydas at gmail dot com> wrote in message
> Yes. I'm using the Offline Files, and the redirected Documents and
> Desktop, but I can't live without them. I don't want to disable Offline
> Besides, I have put my computer to never sleep yesterday and it didn't
> help -- I got my DFS share to disconnect again today. It's on Server 2003
> "Robert L. (MS-MVP)" <blinNoEmailPlease@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Do you use Offline Files? For troubleshooting, you may want to disable
>> it. This how to may help.
>> Vista Offline Files
>> Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
>> Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on
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>> "Mantvydas" <mantvydas at gmail dot com> wrote in message
>>> every day my Vista SP1 gets disconnected from the corporate DFS share
>>> right after I stop working with my Vista SP1 Enterprise computer for an
>>> We have two different type Vista SP1 computers in our network, and they
>>> both behave the same.
>>> I just get an Event ID No 9, in Operational Log of Offline Files "Path
>>> disconnected. \\company.com\DFSshare", and that's it.
>>> Any clues. Power management, or something?