@ weeks ago I walked into an issue where our 2003 server was not getting online or allowing any network acces to drives etc.  it took us a day to identify the problem.

What we did was copy the tcpip.sys file from another 03 server to ours and it began working fine again.  Since then it has happened twice but I just do the same task and it works.

My issues is to see how I can keep it from doing that all.  i thought it could have been virus, malware etc, which it still could be, but everything is updated and scanning every night.  I use Stopzilla, E-trust anti virus and super av, and figure that if they don't get it, maybe it's something else causing it all together.

Please help.  I know what to do to get it working, but do not know what to do to stop it from happening.
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