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no network provider accept the given network path

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i use windows 2003 server which is internet connection
and there is other client computer which is win xp
when i type in run //namofcomputer it give me error
no network provider accept the given network path
i run
Start-Run and type “sfc /scannow
but it not work for me
what i do
please help
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Question by:chandresh43
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by:anvanster
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Hi,
can you please explain more about what you are trying to do?
Do you need to access shared files on W2K3 or something else?
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by:chandresh43
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i want use share on xp
there is 10 computer in lan
ip example
ip-192.168.0.110
subnetmask 255.255.255.0
default gatway 192.168.0.1 this is server
dns 192.168.0.1

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by:chuckyh
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is TCP/ip netbios helper service running on the 2003 server?
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anvanster earned 2000 total points
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1. Make sure you are able to ping the Workstation by FQDN
2. Simply Enable File and Print Sharing For Microsoft Networks From Properties of Local Area Connection.
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