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My home network consists of desktop+notebook both with Windows 2000 Pro. My AV is Panda. On booting my desktop I get a message from Panda that it disinfected a file b.bat, which I cannot locate in either computers. When it first occured, I noticed that I lost the printer server feature from the desktop to which my printer is connected. Some searches and trial and error brought me to a way around it and the resumption of my printer server services. Now, immediately after boot, I enter at the DOS prompt the command c:> Net Share IPC$ <Enter> and all WORKS fine until, of course, the next boot. I know, it is just a minor nuisance but it is one nevertheless. Can anyone explain this mystery or offer an end all corrective measure? My approach was purely deductive imperical.