Site-to-Site Network connectivity issues (Since W10 Upgrade) (URGENT)


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    Site-to-Site Network connectivity issues (Since W10 Upgrade) (URGENT)


    Hi Guys,

    I've done a fair amount of googling before referring myself to W10 Forums.. I hope this helps someone else in the process. Since rolling out Windows 10 we've noticed users are having difficulty accessing their personal user data drives, via File Explorer. Let me make a scenario which is understandable.

    In Site 1 (HQ), we can connect to the file server (e.g access 1FS without any issues- Where user data is stored)
    In the remote site (Site 2), we can do the same (e.g 2FS)

    At our HQ, when running Windows 7, we are able to File Explore to 2FS but since the upgrade we're unable to. This occurs both ways.

    We can ping our servers, and remote desktop.

    Server infrastructure:
    VMWare ESX 5
    File servers in question are Windows Server 2008
    ONLY Windows server 2008 R2 servers have the issue, (2008 Standard edition is fine) all patches have been applied via WSUS.

    Can anybody shed any light on this?

    Thanks in advance,

    IT Apprentice
    Last edited by ITApprentice; 10 Mar 2016 at 09:21. Reason: additional information
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    Still on fix or progress. Please see my issue posted here also: Site-to-Site Network connectivity issues (Since W10 Upgrade)
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    Apply cumulative update KB3140743 and see if that fixes your issues. This update, amongst other things, fixes network discovery.
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  4. Posts : 6
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    linw said:
    Apply cumulative update KB3140743 and see if that fixes your issues. This update, amongst other things, fixes network discovery.
    Thanks for the response @linw ,

    However, the issues remain even though this update has been applied and installed, to every system we've deployed recently. I manage WSUS company-wide and can say every critical and security update for W10 are always approved, none are being missed.

    We are desperate to find a fix for this issue, It's holding our company back from upgrading, we've got a 3 month deadline to do this across 100+ systems.

    I've recently expanded my orignal post with this information:
    ONLY Windows server 2008 R2 servers have the issue, all patches have been applied via WSUS.
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