|Going insane here. Installed two NAS servers on the network. All computers can access the NAS shares no problem. Except for one Win2003 server.|
This server has a lot of our network shares on it. No issues with users accessing the server. No issues with other servers accessing it. No issues with using this server to browse to other computers or servers. Everything is fine, except when I try to open either of the NAS servers.
They show up when I browse the network, when I try to click them it says "The Specified Network Name Is No Longer Available"
When I try to Start -> Run -> \\nasname, or Start -> Run -> \\nasipaddress I get the same message.
WHen I go to other 2003 servers and try any of these methods, I get to the shares no problem. Same if I try from any of the workstations.
Again, All servers and computers can access this server and it's shares no problem, so I do not believe it is a connectivitiy or networking issue.
Everything works on the network except this error message when this particular server tries to talk to these two NAS devices.
It HAS to be a setting somewhere, right?
I don't have Symantec or Kapersky on here, which GOogle loves to blame.
I also see it happens often when copying a large file, but in my case I cannot access it or browse to it at all from only this server.
(I can, however, browse to the NAS's internal web site, so again, not a connectivity issue)
Please help, been eating at me for a week now
(Additional info: On this server I can ping the NAS by name, it resolves and pings back with good replies. If I NET VIEW by name, I get ERROR 64, Name no longer available. If I NET VIEW from any other server, the command completes successfully)