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Error 1104 and 1526 on Wireless PC's connected to SQL Server 2000

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I have 6 wireless PC using Vista 4.41 running on SQL Server 2000.  Intermittently while the PC's are on the Vista Employee ID screens any one of the PC's may generate an Error 1104 error opening file file not found, followed bv Error 1526 Connectivity MS ODBC SQL Named Pipes Drive ConnectTrans(OverlappedResults).  I don't seem to be losing the connection to the wireless AP, but I'm dropping the connection to the SQL intermittently while it sits at the Vista Employee Login Screen.  Any ideas??
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Try to use tcp/ip instead of named pipes

you can change it in network client utility.
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