|Subject:||Windows Server 2003 - Errors when trying to connect to client shares|
|Posted by:||Jacques Schett (homele…@paris.fr)|
|Date:||Sat, 25 Aug 2007|
We have a Windows SBS 2003 server (R2 and latest service pack). When I
try to access client workstations (e.g. \\workstation\Share) I get the
following error message:
"Not enough server storage is available to process this command"
I checked Microsoft for this error and all I get is a registry hack to
increase the IRPStackSize. We tried this, starting at 18 and working
up to 50, with 30 reboots. No change. We still get this error.
After looking at all the web postings on this problem, I gather we're
not alone with this battle. This problem seems to be related to an
installation of Acronis True Image Server (we didn't have this problem
BEFORE installing Acronis True Image). However, after removing Acronis
and any remnant files, we still end up with this error message.
Has anyone figured out how to tell what this error is (really) and how
to fix it?
Any thoughts are greatly appreciated!