Intermittent "No More Files" error

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Users with Windows 10/11/Server 2019/2022 and onwards may have experienced "No More Files" errors intermittently when using Global Estimating from workstations.

This is caused by a change in the way Microsoft accesses files over network shares on Windows 10 update 1803, resulting in unexpected errors.

You should ensure that the performance setup for the server is optimal, i.e.:

  • Confirm that all workstations in the network are running the same Global 2019 version.
  • Anti-virus on both client and server has excludes the scanning of .LCK, .DB, .MB files in both their C:\ESW and Buildsoft mapped network drive.
  • On your Buildsoft mapped network drive, run the NoMoreFilesFix.ps1 Powershell script as an admin or run the following command from Powershell:

Set-SmbShare -name "Buildsoft Shared Drive Name" -LeasingMode none -Force

HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters\
(All DWORD)
DirectoryCacheLifetime=0
DisableBandwidthThrottling=1
FileInfoCacheEntriesMax=32768
DirectoryCacheEntriesMax=4096
FileNotFoundCacheEntriesMax=32768
MaxCmds=32768

Note: Both workstation and Terminal Server may require a system restart after applying the Windows Registry changes

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