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Closing Network Connections : Froze

Posted on 2006-10-26
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Hello,

About a day ago I logged off of my Windows 2003 Server box and proceeded to leave the office for the night. When I left, the screen "Closing Network Connections" was up. However, when I came back this morning that screen was still there. It seems not to have made any progress nor has it returned to the CTRL+ALT+DEL screen. I'm considering forcefully rebooting and running the hive tool. Does anyone know what could be causing this?
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could be numerous things, probably an issue with your TCPIP stack of even a NIC issue, you are going to have to hard boot it and then check the logs
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