Apologies for the frustration you are experiencing.
Have you logged a support case?
Hi April - no I havent, as the last 3 times I logged calls with support, I had someone remote into the server, remove Mcafee, re-install (exatcly the same as we had already done) - promise that the issue was fixed, for it to happen again a couple of days later, and then never respond to my calls/emails saying that the call shouldnt be closed - this was for 1 site that had issues with network shares when installing onto Small Business Server 2008 - which at the time, was the only O/S we had issues with shares on, this issue now appears to be spread to windows 2003 as well.
I had more luck posting on here, as a guy told me it was a known problem with SBS2008 and would be fixed with a future upgrade - hence posting here first....
Mark, can you tell me what the service request number is from when you called into support? I'd like to refer to those case notes regarding this issue, and then either myself or a Tier II support tech will contact you. We may need more information but we'll let you know based on what information is already in the service request.
Apologies for late reply - I had a PM from a support guy who asked for my contact details, howver, he never got back to me - this is happening on around 6 or 7 servers we/our customers have at the moment, so cant see that it is just us having the issue? All shares etc drop (windows gives an error message RE not enough resources), and only a reboot will cure it. If we disable Mcafee services on the affected servers, they never have the problem again (but obviously are no lomger protected)
I have looked back at the original call we had (<3-823109445>) and also (<3-760241197>) this was originally placed on a server running Small Business Server 2008 - for which we never received a fix (only an engineer dialling in, removing Mcafee and re-installing, then closing the call (despite me saying i wasnt fixed).
The problem now seems to affect windows 2003 servers as well (although mainly servers, and not Small Business Servers) - although we still havent installed onto SBS2008 as we know it will have the same issue as before....