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Another Network problem

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Hi again, I am using a VPN client to access applications and computers remotely from my home office. I have setup a location on one of the remote computers in "my network place". Sometimes when I click on this icon to access some log files on the remote computer Windows crashes with a blue screen stating....
"A problem has been detected and windows has been shutdown to prevent damage to your computer" There is some other text and then the last line states...
"Beginning dump of physical memory"

I am then forced to reboot the computer and after signing into VPN again I am able to access the remote computer no problem, this appears to occur whenever I access the remote computer for the first time, then it works for a while. I am accessing many other applications through VPN without incident so it seem peculiar to this one connection, any ideas?

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Have you had a chance to check windows support? The knowledge base is down right now, but i guess it will be up soon. I can't think of exactly why it would do that and then be fine after restart. What about if you reverse the connection, go to the other machine and connect to the one u were just at? does it still shutdown?

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