This is a little old, but it is still useful. If you have switched off SMB2 and SMB3 on your networ as well as disabled OpLocks for SMB1 and still have problems with corruption, have a look below and see if some of these things might apply to your network.
Network problems are sadly getting more and more complex rather than straightforward with the number of different operating systems being combined on networks.
The consequence of running different windows versions on Workstations and different Versions of WIndows Server operating systems can cause unpredictable and hard to diagnose problems.
Drivers up to date?
Windows networking is subject to a number of problems, MANY of which
can be solved simply by installing updated driver software from the manufacturer or (more
often) Microsoft. The link below will go to a web page that describes just ONE of the problems
in Windows peer-to-peer networking, yet there are several other problems referenced at the
bottom of that page. In particular, anyone on Windows 95 needs to get their network drivers
be the cause of database corruption and network timeouts (drive not available messages and
Windows XP users - Turn off write caching
You need to disable the "write-behind cache". When the program asks to save the data, the
data is kept in cache on the local machine [until the cache is flushed] instead of being on the
Right Click MY Computer > Properties > Hardware > Device Manager
Right Click Disk Drive > Properties
Disable: Write Cache Enabled
Restart the computer
Published: 21/10/16 - 09:12:56 (Amanda Higgins)
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