Drives are not accessible through My Computer or Windows Explorer when using Microsoft Terminal Services to access a server using VERITAS Volume Manager (tm) for Windows 2000 or VERITAS Storage Foundation (tm) for Windows.

Problem

Drives are not accessible through My Computer or Windows Explorer when using Microsoft Terminal Services to access a server using VERITAS Volume Manager (tm) for Windows 2000 or VERITAS Storage Foundation (tm) for Windows.

Solution

After creating a new partition or volume, moving a group to another server, or after changing a drive letter in a Terminal Services session, these drives will appear to be inaccessible. This problem is most notable when using Volume Manager or Storage Foundation for Windows. Microsoft has confirmed this to be an issue with Windows 2000 Server, Advanced Server and Datacenter. To work around this issue, log off of your terminal services session and log back in.




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