Our company recently upgraded two PCs on our network to run Windows 7. A third machine still runs XP. We use Quickbooks for our accounting (etc) and all access the same Qbooks file accross the network. When we start up the PCs and first log in to the Qbooks file, the XP PC automatically opens the last file that was open. The Windows 7 PCs can't find the previously opened files and we have to browse through the network to find and open the file. If we close Qbooks without shutting down the PC and re-open Qbooks, the file will automatically open just like the XP PC. If we restart the PC, we have to browse to the right file. I can only assume this is due to some sort of security setting peculiar to Win7, but none of the settings I have tweaked has solved the problem and made the Win7 PCs able to find and open the most recent Qbooks file on it's own. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I might solve this problem?