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I have a Vista SP1 32 bit machine.
The machine has a network share that contains volume mount points to the volumes of the vista machine ( created using SetVolumeMountPoint API ).
When browsing the network share from another computer ( either Win7 64 bit, Win7  32 bit, or Vista SP1 32 bit ) using Windows explorer the following problem occurs:
1. First, both volume mount points called "c", "d" appear fine.
2. I browse into directory "c" and see all its contents appear fine.
3. I go back to the root of the shared folder and now I only see "d". "c" has disappeared from the directory listing.
4. I enter "d", see all its contents, go back to the root of the shared folder and now it's empty. "d" disappeared as well.
5. If I manually go to \\<path to shared folder>\c from the address bar - then all is fine and I can browse its contents. ( same with "d" )

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I have a Vista SP1 32 bit machine.
The machine has a network share that contains volume mount points to the volumes of the 
vista machine ( created using SetVolumeMountPoint API ).
When browsing the network share from another computer ( either Win7 64 bit, Win7  32 bit, or 
Vista SP1 32 bit ) using Windows explorer the following problem occurs:
1. First, both volume mount points called "c", "d" appear fine.
2. I browse into directory "c" and see all its contents appear fine.
3. I go back to the root of the shared folder and now I only see "d". "c" has disappeared 
from the directory listing.
4. I enter "d", see all its contents, go back to the root of the shared folder and now it's 
empty. "d" disappeared as well.
5. If I manually go to \\<path to shared folder>\c from the address bar - then all is fine 
and I can browse its contents. ( same with "d" )

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I have a Vista SP1 32 bit machine.           
                                                                         
The machine has a network share that contains volume mount points to the
volumes of the Vista machine (created using the SetVolumeMountPoint API).     

When browsing the network share from another computer (either Win7/64,
Win7/32, or Vista-SP1/32) using Windows Explorer the following
problem occurs:

1. First, both volume mount points called C and D appear fine.
2. I browse into directory C and see all its contents appear fine.
3. I go back to the root of the shared folder and now I only see D. 
   C has disappeared from the directory listing.
4. I enter D, see all its contents, go back to the root of the shared 
   folder and now it's empty. D disappeared as well.
5. If I manually go to \\PATH_TO_SHARED_FOLDER\C from the address 
   bar, all is fine and I can browse its contents. (Same with D.)

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I have a Vista SP1 32 bit machine.           

The machine has a network share that contains volume mount points to the
volumes of the Vista machine (created using 
the [SetVolumeMountPoint][svmp] API).     

When browsing the network share from another computer (either Win7/64,
Win7/32, or Vista-SP1/32) using Windows Explorer the following
problem occurs:

1. First, both volume mount points called `C` and `D` appear fine.
2. I browse into directory `C` and see all its contents appear fine.
3. I go back to the root of the shared folder and now I only see `D`. 
   `C` has disappeared from the drectory listing.
4. I enter `D`, see all its contents, go back to the root of the shared 
   folder and now it's empty. D disappeared as well.
5. If I manually go to `\\PATH_TO_SHARED_FOLDER\C` from the address 
   bar, all is fine and I can browse its contents. (Same with `D`.)    
   
[svmp]: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa365561(VS.85).aspx