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I have a file server that has drives that get mapped over the network.  Now I get an error.  I installed DiskSafe from FalconStor and I get the following error when trying to map any network drive from the server:
Error: Not enough server storage is available to process this command.
Code: 8007046A
Source: WSHNetwork.MapNetworkDrive
What can I do.  This is a mission critical system!

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Did you have this problem before installing disksafe?
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No I did not.  I also jsut uninstalled it now.
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Just to clarify you're still having the error even after uninstall?
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did you uninstall using the method below
http://www.proven-corporation.com/static/ds-doc/ch03s07.html
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No it apparently went away.  Unfortunately we really want to use disksafe to get our drives mirrored to the SAN.  Is that link about FalconStor's DiskSafe, or another product of the same name?
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Is anyone here familiar with FalconStor's DiskSafe for Windows Server 2003?  We are using IPStor 6.0 on our SAN.  We don't have a support contract though. (Ran out of money)
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not too familiar with the SAN. I would Post a new question about that under SANs
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I found out that only one of the physcial hdds are being denied the ability to share
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Is there a way to change the zones for this question?
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You can edit your question and should be able to do it there.
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if not click the request attention button and one of the forum admins will assist you
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I figured it out.  Disk safe will not allow Basic disks to be shared.  I just converted the shares drive to Dynamic and now it works :)
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