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access 97 on W2K3 slow file browsing

Hi,
We upgraded our W2K for a W2K3 server at the beginning of the year.
It's purpose is to handle TS distribution of a couple of MS-ACCESS 97
apps
stored locally on the server.

The server is stable. But there are some slow downs within the apps.
Anything involving a file access is slow.

Let's suppose that I want to open a file from within MS-ACCESS.
I first launch Ms-ACCESS, and then using the File/Open menu option,
obtain
the File Open dialog. If I click on one of the servers local drives, to

browse their contents, I can wait up to a minute for the contents to be

displayed.

When browsing the disks using Explorer, or even from within Outlook XP
(also
present on the server) everything works fine.

I have tried to tweak, tune, search for dead drive links, etc...
So far nothing has resolved this slow file browsing from within
MS-ACCESS 97.

Any ideas would be most welcome

ysh

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