I ended up removing and reinstalling the Client for Microsoft Networks, and it seemed to be working at first. This is an AMD box using Win x This did not help either, This is very much investigated and thought out, did not help. Discussion in ‘Microsoft Windows ‘ started by Guest, Nov 7, Please no email replies – reply in newsgroup. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. Make sure it is set to NO so the XP machine is not a browser server.
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He would boot his server, start Workstation, then start Exchange and all was well. Monday, November 9, 6: Do not post advertisements, offensive material, profanity, or personal attacks.
Hi Wilson, I have just tried that, replaced rdbss. To perform a clean boot of system, please follow the steps: I haven’t made any recent change to nt server.
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The service has returned a service-specific error code. I have compared the DLL files on c: Remove From My Forums. You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. It’s working The download from microsoft fixed the problem. On a side note, as mentioned above, the other computer can “see” me and they can put files in my folder and I can access them.
You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. Please no email replies – reply in newsgroup.
When I attempt to start the service I get the following error dialog box: No registry entries were missing.
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This conversation is currently closed to new comments. Unfortunately, there have not been any posted solutions! I have a client who is running a desktop system with Windows Professional SP4. I’ve been looking this one up, and I have found quite a few references to this same problem. Thursday, November 5, 2: Still having the same problem, so I am going to reinstall Xp.
Based revice my research, please check the below items on the sever. We never did fix the root cause of his problem, though!
Also, did the start of the problem coincide with any change to the system such as installing new software? I ended up removing and reinstalling the Client for Microsoft Networks, and it seemed to be working at first. So, this is all deep networking concepts that I really hate! I am devjce why my home network is only working one way. Any suggestions on how to correct this would evenh most appreciated.