Previously we had a Sonicwall Tele3 running at GP location (Dynamic IP location) & a Sonicwall SOHO at PG location (Static IP location).
This week I have replaced the Sonicwalls with 2 Cisco 1710's. 1 in PG and other in GP (PG & GP = locations).
The PG location has the DNS/DHCP server and a number of workstations.
The GP location has 4 workstations.
At PG workstations have mapped drives which are on the server. Every workstation at the PG location can see & access the mapped drive & it's folders.
The GP location has the same server's drives mapped, but cannot view the contents of the folder.
This worked fine before the installation of the Cisco 1710's & now the GP location workstations give the "local device name is already in use. This connection has not been restored." error message when user tries to view the mapped folder.
Is there a config setting in the 1710 that prevents workstations at the GP location access to mapped folders on the PG location server?
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