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error - "network drive path was not found" on windows 2003 while i am connecting the netdowk drive

Posted on 2009-05-05
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While I am connecting the map drive then the system showing the error "Network Drive path was not found". Even the server is not open own sharing drives. When i check the same from other system then that network path is fine.
One more surprise is my local drives are connected in rdp tool.
Note: 1) None policy implement for this. 2) server service is working fine.3) Server is a member server in AD.
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Question by:rcom_infraops
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by:Macros82
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What happens when you run a net view command from dos prompt?
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by:BALMUKUND KESHAV
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Are you able to ping your server ? If yes try to remap the network drive.
If not able to even ping the server, check ip,subnet and other network connectivity aspects.

Bm Keshav
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by:rcom_infraops
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Find the net view and nslookup result.
c:\ net view

Microsoft Windows [Version 5.2.3790]
(C) Copyright 1985-2003 Microsoft Corp.

C:\Documents and Settings\itinfrawin>net view
Server Name            Remark

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\\GISIMS
\\GMCS01
\\GMCT01
\\GMCT02
\\GMCT03
\\GMCT04
The command completed successfully.

C:\>nslookup
Default Server:  gisims.rcomgis.com
Address:  10.8.54.136

> 10.8.55.150
Server:  gisims.rcomgis.com
Address:  10.8.54.136

Name:    gmct01.rcomgis.com
Address:  10.8.55.150

> gmct01
Server:  gisims.rcomgis.com
Address:  10.8.54.136

Name:    gmct01.rcomgis.com
Address:  10.8.55.150

>
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by:rcom_infraops
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Is there any relation to Driver Security Service because I checked all the services are running fine except the Driver Security Service?
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by:rcom_infraops
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Please provide your comments urgently.
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by:FatManc
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do you see the share(s) when do you a net view \\xxxxxx when xxxx - servername?
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rcom_infraops earned 0 total points
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Resolved the issue after the repair the OS.
Actually we have no other choice because the server is in production.
Please try to provide the solution immediatly in future.
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by:rcom_infraops
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We resolved the issue from other way/help. But this is my request to you pls reply fastly.
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