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File Explorer Jumping Back To Root

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#1 jediderek


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Posted 10 August 2017 - 10:29 AM

I have Windows 10 Home on a machine that we are using as a file server(small business, up to 10 people accessing the server). At random times when I'm in the network shared folder, it boots us off to another directory. We have many directories in the server. I could be in the middle of renaming a directory and before I finish I can be kicked out and its all random. Any idea why this is happening? 

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