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Yosimite Back up and File keeper

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I have installed Yosimite Back up and Yosimite File Keeper on my SBS 2003.  Once I did this people were unable to print getting RPC server not available.  Also they were unable to open any of their documents that I have on the server.  I have unistalled both Yosimite Back Up and the file keeper. I still have the same issue.  The users have permission to open the documents and permission to print.  It is like they are being block to access the server.
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Have you rebooted the server?  Check services.msc on the server and make sure all the services that are set to "automatic" are running.
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I actually fixed this an hour ago it was a permission setting that yosimite changed
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