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Event ID 4319 Duplicate name has been detected on the TCP network. Tried Everything Argggghhh

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I have been plaqued by this 4319  error. I have tried everything in the experts exchange and on the Microsoft Support site to no avail. I can't seem to get rid of this error no matter what. We are running Windows Server 2000 SP4. There are 6 nic cards on the server each with their own static IP's. We also have a proxy server for our VPN with 2 nic cards and their own static IPs as well. The error is coming up every 10 - 15 seconds. I'm new to configuring a server, so laymens terms would suit me fine. Just ask if Any further info is needed to help resolve this issue. HELP!!
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Thank you BR. I didn't use the tune-up recommended but after a ton more research, wound up disabling Net Bios over TCP/IP on all but one nic card on the server, and (knock on wood) have not had the error come up again I will award you the points since you were the only post. Thank you!
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