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Insufficient resources to complete requested service

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When copying files to this new system the network inevitably fails whether using one of two Vista Ultimate PCs or  Mac G5 OSX
Message is usually insufficient resources to complete requested service. LED them turns red. NAS has to be turned off and on again. Fails on either of the Raid 1 disk volumes
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Network/file sharing has to be enabled on Vista.
Also not really clearhow you attched to the NAS? by soft come with it?- if so than it have to be "Vista ready".
Or by "maping drives" ? - than WINS might need to be present, or else?
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NAS is attached to Netgear 10/100/1000 switch. All attached devices are 1G capable.
Acer Easystore has web based interface proprietary software - very basic to create users, shares etc.
Mapping is done on any PC/Mac. Drives are always accessible after rebooting the NAS but become unavailable part way through data transfer. Once file at a time is OK but bulk data transfer of any size causes the mapped drives to become unavailable. As you say is is probably a Vista problem but it does also happen with OS X 10.4. Transfer speed for the short while the transfer takes place is usually only 1.01mb

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You probably need config WINS, on any windows servers , and IP of it for every NIC, on network- properties-IP4- advance- put IP for WINS, and check mark "enable NetBios over ".
make sure there is no firewall blockage for NetBIos.
Beside that, permission needs to be set , to alow sharing, but this is prrobably done already.
Test actual speed PC-to-PC, across diffrent portion/diffrent OS and so on
Iperf 2.0.2 installer for Windows from    http://dast.nlanr.net/Projects/Iperf/   Look for kperf_setup.exe

This will help narrow down problem, find "bottleneck",cable problem, diffrents in file transfer type, and so on.
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Finally I have an answer. I have been monitoring the hard disks and finally today one disk of a raid volume is marked as having failed. It is very annoying for all concerned that it should be a hardware failure despite the fact that the infrequent (now constant) red led was supposed to be an indication of software failure. Now I need to return or have the disk replaced - personally I would like to never see it again
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Thank you for your ideas
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