Cannot Rename System File in Windows Explorer
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article When you try to rename a system file (such as Kernel32.dll - in Windows Explorer by using the Rename command, you receive the following error
message: Cannot rename Kernel32.dll: The specified file is being
used by Windows However, you
can rename the system file at the command prompt or shell by
typing the following line:command
ren kernel32.dll kernel32.old
Drive Mapping May Time Out on a Windows 2000-Based Computer
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 297684 - When you perform drive mapping from a Windows 2000-based client computer to either a Microsoft Windows NT or Windows 2000 network share, the drive mapping may be disconnected after 15 minutes of inactivity and Windows Explorer may display
a red "X" on the icon of the mapped drive.
However, if you attempt to access or browse the mapped drive, it
Explorer.exe Still Shows Files on a Mounted Volume After Being Deleted
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 272061 - If you are a member of the Administrators group, you can use Disk Management or
the Mountvol.exe command, to connect, or mount a local
drive on any empty folder on a local NTFS volume.
File Security (Inherited) Permissions May Be Removed When You Remotely Edit the Permissions
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 304140 - When a drive is mapped to a share point of a server and you edit the remote NTFS file system permissions, any existing inherited permissions are removed and only explicit permissions
File That Is Larger Than Four Gigabytes Appears to Be Zero Bytes in Windows Explorer
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 318484 - When you use Windows Explorer to view the size of a file that is larger than 4 gigabytes (GB), the file size may appear to be zero.
File Version Information May Be Incorrect in Windows 2000 Multilanguage Version
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 263212 - After you apply a hotfix or service pack to Windows 2000 Multilanguage version, the file version that is displayed in Windows Explorer (when you right-click a file in Windows Explorer and then click
Properties) may be incorrect.
File Handle Error Messages When You Use Remote Files and a Sharing
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 284247 - When multiple
users try to access the same file and file open attributes are not
set to allow sharing, the file may be closed out from under a
thread that successfully opened the file. When this occurs, the
thread tries to access the file with a file handle of 0xFFFF.
There error returned to the program is error 6, which maps to
Slow Network Performance Occurs If You Copy Files to a Windows 2000 Domain Controller
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 321098 -
If you copy files from a Windows 2000-based or a Microsoft Windows XP-based client computer to a network share on a Windows 2000-based domain controller, network performance is slower than if you copy the same files to a Windows 2000-based
member server. You may notice this problem if you copy many small
files; however, you may not notice this problem if you copy a few
large files. This problem only occurs if you either use Microsoft
Windows Explorer to copy the files or if a Windows Explorer window
is open and connected to the target server. However, if you use
Xcopy.exe to copy the files and all of the Windows Explorer
windows are closed, you do not experience this problem.
Slow Network Performance Occurs When You Select a File on a Share That Uses NTFS
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 265396 - When you select a file on a network share that uses an NTFS file system partition, extra Server Message Block (SMB) packets are sent on the wire. This behavior causes overall slow network performance.
The same issue occurs if you browse the network, and you position
the mouse cursor over one of the files; however, this issue does
not occur if you use a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0-based client
Slow File Write from Windows 2000 to Windows NT 4.0 Server
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 279282 - The file-copy write process from a Windows 2000 Professional-based computer to a Windows NT 4.0 Server-based computer may take up to four times longer than reading the same files from Windows NT
The DIR Command Displays Wrong Information for the Date and Time of a File
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 314048
- File times on Windows 2000 are stored as a FILETIME
value. This is a 64-bit value that represents the number of
100-nanosecond intervals since January 1, 1601 (UTC). Windows 2000
also supports time-zone adjustments. Time-zone adjustments are
accomplished by adding a time-zone offset to the UTC time to
compute local time. Time-zone offsets range from -12 hours
(International Date Line West) to +13 hours (Nuku'alofa).
"My Documents" Folder Is Not Refreshed Correctly When It
Is Redirected to a NetWare Server
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 285897 - If you have
redirected the My Documents folder to a NetWare server and you
delete files from the folder, the files do not disappear from the
folder until you refresh the view manually.
The Windows Explorer Progress Bar May Be Misleading When You Move or Copy Large Files
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 326429
- If you move or copy a large file (five gigabytes [GB] or larger) by using Windows Explorer, the progress bar may give a misleading status. The progress bar moves right until it reaches the end and then jumps back to the beginning many times.
Also, the time remaining is random (from a few minutes to millions
of minutes). However, the file is moved or copied successfully if
you do not cancel the operation.
Cannot Set the User Home Folder Path When You Receive an Error
Message After You Create the Folder
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 285547 - When you assign a home
folder to a user, the new information is not set to the user
account and you may receive the following error message: The
home folder could not be created because: Access is denied
The information after the colon (:) in the error message may vary,
depending on the cause of the problem
You May Not Be Able to Copy Large Files on Computers That Are Running Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 259837 - When you try to copy a large file, you may not be able to and you may not receive an error message.