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One server not accessable from wireless

Here is what I have I have 4 server all running Windows Server 2003 and all on the 192.168.100.XXX with subnet 255.255.255.000 and the gateway of 192.168.100.251. The wireless network is a Cisco 4400 series controller with 12 access points and on the 192.168.103.xxx with subnet 255.255.255.000 and a gateway of 192.168.103.1. These are connected to a SonicWall Pro 3060 with the enhanced software package. The firewall has 6 ports one for WAN and 5 for LAN for use where they can access other subnets. The problem I have is when your on the wireless you can access everything on the 192.168.100 network except the print server. This had worked fine for the last 6-7 months till Monday. I have tried letting dhcp assign the address but no luck. I have replaced the NIC still no luck. The wired computers can all access the print server fine. And this is the odd thing, I can ping it and telnet into the server from the wireless but can access the printers or anything else. I have spoke with several Cisco guys, one who had written several books for Cisco and am pretty sure its not a Cisco issue but a Windows issue. Thank you in advance
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On the wifi I can connact to everything on the network except the print server. I can ping and telnet into the print server but cannot access printers or files. But can access them from the cable side. The 4400 plugs into a Cisco POE switch that is connected to one of the ports on the SonicWall. I thought for sure this was a server issue and rebuilt the server last night. No luck so now its down to either 4400 controller or firewall. Anything???
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Ok, this is odd, today about 3 hrs after I got all the printers reloaded it started working. How, why, and what made it start working I have no clue. I am afraid it will happen again.