windows 2003 server

Hello Sir,

I have windows 2003 server. From the Windows XP workstation, I access the shared folder from the Windows 2003 Domain I am getting the following error:

Not enough server storage is availabe to process this command.

It was working properly and suddenly give this error message.

Please help
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
If you receive the subject or similar message, you may have a non-zero PagedPoolSize entry in the registry. Edit:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management

Set PagedPoolSize to 0.


Another possible cause of this error is if you installed a Service Pack before installing any networking components. If this is the case, re-apply the Service Pack (and any hotfixes).
liji77Author Commented:
The Paged PoolSize is already by deault 0.

Is this happening on all shared folders, or just this one?

liji77Author Commented:
all the share folders......

I reinstalled the windows 2003 Server without the anti virus working issues
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