Here is a totally weird one. I've introduced 3 new Win10 machines to my office, we have a file server and everything is fine with the Win7 machines. However, there are some folders on the network, not all, where once you open a file or write to a file within that folder Windows Explorer closes. This occurs only on the Win10 machines and happens to all of them. It's a crash actually since the whole desktop/taskbar goes awol for a few seconds too, then it all come back. This is a mystery to me, anyone got thoughts?
Some tests I've done:
* Explorer stays open if you're just looking at the folder displaying the contents
* Only closes (crashes) if you read or write data to the folder, eg open a PDF file or save text to a notepad file.
* If I create a subfolder and read/write data there it works fine
* Parent and subfolder have the same file permisions
* Win7 machines don't exhibit this behaviour
The event log is reporting this:
Edited by brettule, 28 November 2016 - 09:41 PM.