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"No network provider accepted the given network path"

"No network provider accepted the given network path"

My configuration :
- 1 PC XP Pro, ip=192.168.2.2 connected using 802.11b
- 1 PC WS2003, ip=192.168.2.3 connected using ethernet 100Mb
- 1 Belkin F5D7630-4A ADSL router
- Latest service packs and updates are installed on both machines
Settings :
- The DHCP server of the router is on
- The Local Domain Name server of the router is set to � Belkin �
- On both PCs I have: TCP/IP set to
 'Obtain an IP address automatically' and
 'Obtain DNS server adress automatically'

My problem is:
- On the XP Pro PC : \\192.168.2.2 and \\192.168.2.3 both display the shares
- On the W2003 PC:
 only \\192.168.2.2 displays the shares,
 \\192.168.2.3 displays the following error message :
 "No network provider accepted the given network path"

Some facts :
- ping 192.168.2.3 and ping 192.169.2.2 are ok on both PCs
- On the XP Pro PC, I have a 'Microsoft Windows Network' named Belkin
 and containing the names of my 2 PCs
- On the WS2003 PC, I dont have any 'Microsoft Windows Network'

Any suggestion ? How should I troubleshoot this?


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Jacques
2/4/2005 3:00:51 PM
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On Fri, 4 Feb 2005 16:00:51 +0100, "Jacques" <ja.sc@free.fr> wrote:

>I dont have any 'Microsoft Windows Network'

Do you have "client for Miscrsoft networks" installed?
Butterfield
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Butterfield
2/4/2005 4:39:22 PM
Yes, on both PCs and set to 'Windows Locator'

"Butterfield" <Butterfield@xaol.com> wrote in message
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> On Fri, 4 Feb 2005 16:00:51 +0100, "Jacques" <ja.sc@free.fr> wrote:
>
> >I dont have any 'Microsoft Windows Network'
>
> Do you have "client for Miscrsoft networks" installed?
> Butterfield


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Jacques
2/5/2005 10:44:51 AM
"Jacques" <ja.sc@free.fr> wrote in message
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 > Some facts :
> - ping 192.168.2.3 and ping 192.169.2.2 are ok on both PCs


http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBR/tip8500/rh8517.htm

When you use the FQDN to reference a remote computer from a Windows Server
2003 domain controller, you receive 'System error 67 has occurred' or 'No
network provider accepted the given network path'?


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CWatters
2/5/2005 1:02:56 PM
With the FQDN, that is \\PCM, I receive the same error message on the
Windows 2003 PC:
"No network provider accepted the given network path"
But the FQDN requests work on the XP Pro PCs.

To simplify the problem I did not mention the FQDN requests.
Anyway I have tried to change this lmhosts timeout +reboot with no result.

Networking sounds a bit like rocket science to me. No straight way to make a
diagnostic.

"CWatters" <colin.watters@pandoraBOX.be> wrote in message
news:4u3Nd.3975$4W1.398457@phobos.telenet-ops.be...
>
> "Jacques" <ja.sc@free.fr> wrote in message
> news:42038de1$0$6616$8fcfb975@news.wanadoo.fr...
>  > Some facts :
> > - ping 192.168.2.3 and ping 192.169.2.2 are ok on both PCs
>
>
> http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBR/tip8500/rh8517.htm
>
> When you use the FQDN to reference a remote computer from a Windows Server
> 2003 domain controller, you receive 'System error 67 has occurred' or 'No
> network provider accepted the given network path'?
>
>


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Jacques
2/5/2005 2:02:45 PM
"Jacques" <ja.sc@free.fr> wrote in message
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> With the FQDN, that is \\PCM, I receive the same error message on the
> Windows 2003 PC:
> "No network provider accepted the given network path"

Are there any other error messages in the event logs on _either_ PC after
you provoke the error?

I had a lot of trouble getting my wifes PC to talk to mine. I eventually
found this problem by looking in the event logs.

Colin.

Originally posted some time ago:

If you are sure you have set up your accounts and shares correctly but you
still can't access a machine over your LAN and you get either access
permission errors or "Not enough server storage" (or perhaps other
messages?) then his might be worth checking.

Look in the event log on the "server". This might be an ordinary PC in the
case of a home LAN, either way it's the PC hosting the share you are trying
to contact. See if there is an entry telling you the irpstacksize is too
small.

I believe this problems may be due to Norton Antivirus S/W...

Norton have this advisory (long URL may wrap to new line and need repair)

http://service1.symantec.com/support/nsw.nsf/c851d9242b6f1c4d88256d8000469d43/23c023a837b5241188256d03005eb145?OpenDocument&src=bar_sch_nam

and Microsoft have this one..

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;106167

HOWEVER the above only mention the error message being "Not enough server
storage...". I found it can also give access permission errors (something
like "Access denied" or "Insufficient acesss", I can't remember exactly).
These are really confusing to someone trying to set up a home LAN.

Here is what I found...

irpstacksize = 11 (dec) causes access permission errors.

irpstacksize = 13/14 the error changed to "Not enough server storage" or
similar.

irpstacksize = 15 and my network shares now work fine.



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CWatters
2/5/2005 4:58:59 PM
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