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gomer23

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I have been setting up a Windows 2003 Small Business Server. Everything was going well but I was informed that every night the users are disconnected at about 7pm. The log on times are set for 24 hours. There are only 5 computers on this network, they log onto a domain. I went through a few times and thought I shut off ever policy that affects being disconnected from the server. The user are not logged off but they are not able to access anything on the server when they get disconnected. Like I said it happens at about 7pm every night. They can log back in right away. So what policy or setting am I missing. Any help is appreciated.
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On the server, check the event log for events that occur at this time

Also check one workstation (if this occurs on all machines, no need to check all workstations).

What is scheduled on the server at 7 p.m.. Backup? Anti-Virus update?

Is the SBS the domain controller? It is a single, small domain (I'm thinking replication from another server)
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As far as I know nothing should be scheduled on the server (unless something is by default). There is no Anti-Virus because the network is not hooked up to the internet. And yes the SBS is the Domain controller and this is the only server in the network.
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did you check the event logs on the server? and the local machine?
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