Here's a new one on me... hopefully someone can point me in the right direction to get this fixed.
I have a folder on this machine that is called "Server Files" that I have shared out across my network.
For weeks I've had no issues with it. My other machines could see it and use the files without problems.
The other day I opened up my C: and "Server Files" wasn't there... I looked for it from across the network and the network share is still there and I can browse all the files fine. So apparently the folder is somehow hidden.
Troubleshooting already attempted:
1) Multiple virus/malware scans (Avast Pro, Spybot S&D, MBAM, TrendMicro Online) - Clean
2) Chkdsk /r - No bad sectors or errors
3) From Win-R > I can type in c:\Server Files and the folder opens up fine.
4) I have run a file storage utility (SpaceMonger) and it shows Server Files taking up space - So I know it's still there physically...
Windows XP Pro SP3
Any Ideas? This is frustrating to know the folder is there and to not see it in C Drive!
If I have the folder open, I can look at the folder attributes. The folder is apparently Hidden, however the check box is grayed out and I cannot modify it to remove this attribute! It looks like this is the issue.
Edited by jester620, 03 April 2009 - 10:35 AM.