I have a egg on my face with all this and is really having me frustrated.
I have 10 workstations on a network all running Win 10 Pro 32bit. All joined to DC using Essentials Connector. I use Eset AV, Teamviewer for remote admin, etc.
All has been running smoothly. The client I work for uses an app that runs on the server and a mapped drive is set on all machines for access.
The client finally wanted to upgrade a few of the machines to 64bit because the software is finally x64 bit friendly.
I reimaged his machine, installed Win 10 Pro x64, installed all apps using a local admin account, then installed the Essentials 2012 x64 connector.. joined his machine to the domain, logged in, let the files replicate, and all seems well...
seemingly, after a hour, we lose network access.. hosted exchange stops responding and Outlook states its disconnected. Teamviewer becomes unavailable, the mapped network drive to the clients app stops working... I then have to manually stop / start a few services to get things back up.. I have to disconnect and rebuild the mapped drive.. manually close then re-open Teamviewer to be able to connect again
The common denomintor is network stuff. I have uninstalled programs, dropped firewall completly.. he is now wanting to go back to 32bit and lose his 16gb of ram..
I am totally banging my head against the wall.. I just dont know what to do. PLEASE HELP
Edited by Queen-Evie, 03 February 2016 - 11:43 AM.
moved from Windows 10 Discussion to Windows 10 Support