I know this one. In fact it was when I learned a little more about Microsoft's view on bugs.
Story time: It was over a decade ago and I was going to an ODM seminar in Redmond so I had two things I wanted to take with me to see if Microsoft could address and maybe fix.
1. A file that when placed on the user's desktop would lock up that account.
2. A file that when you browsed to that folder would cause the PC to lock up or reboot.
In neither case the file was opened. It was just some picture with a jpg extension and the problem happened on new installed Windows or any Windows so it was very annoying.
I waited in line to meet with Microsoft Engineers and offered these files on CD along with the story.
The answer came back: "Don't do that."
So Microsoft knows this can happen and leaves it to us to find what file/image causes it. So such crashes are not a bug to Microsoft.
---> Also, in your case shares do disconnect after a time. That is also discussed on the web.
Hi, here's my problem : When my users leave their Windows file explorer open on the network drive, it closes automatically after some time ... It only happens on some computers.
The network drive is mapped with a GPO and yes the "Action" field is set on "Update".
If anyone has an idea on how to solve this problem it would really help me.