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Macintosh File Server not starting on Windows 2000 server. Why?

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We had MacIntsoh File Server running on 2 NASes (Windows 2000 basis) for a while, then they stopped. The error says something to the extent "File Server Service for MacIntosh terminated with the service specific error 5". Who can translate that for me and point me into the right direction?
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by:shivsa
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which software u r using for NAS.
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by:Keitel2003
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Windows 2000 SP4
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I would like to close this questions, and have my points refunded. None of the comments suggested a solution or guided me into the right direction. I have solved the question myself by installing an FTP server for both Macs and PCs.

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