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W98 client can not access to Windows 2003 server

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When i'm trying to connect from w98 client to my new installed windows2003 server i'm getting "unknown error 31"  'servername' is not accessable. what do i have to do? I checked policy... Thank's for help

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Trhouse
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http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;555038
here is a great article on getting downlevel clients to work with a 2003 domain
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trhouse,
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