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Cannot see server in my network places

Posted on 2003-10-24
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Am running SBS 2000, I cant see server when i search or even when i go into network places anymore, it says THE SERVER IS NOT CONFIGURED FOR TRANSACTIONS... e have recently had a virus, do I need to reinstall anything or reconfigure the server?????
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by:JasonBigham
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If there is not a share named "IPC$" in the share list, use  "net share ipc$" command to create it.
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Check that the other shares exist as well. Example:

Share name   Resource                        Remark

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C$               C:\                         Default share
ADMIN$       C:\WINNT                Remote Admin
IPC$                                          Remote IPC
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Where do i check the share list, i know i have no viruses??
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Also how would i start the share??
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JasonBigham earned 100 total points
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From a command prompt, type NET SHARE to list...
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