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Unable to Map Network Drive on Win2003 Domain

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I'm using TrueCrypt to create a shared virtual drive on a Windows 2003 domain controller.  The share permissions are set to Everyone/Full Control.  When I attempt to map a network drive from a client in the domain I get the following message:

Not enought server storage is available to process this command.

I get the same message after creating a Network Place on the client and attempt to open the drive.  I can access other shares on the domain controller such as SYSVOL or NETLOGON.

Account on the client has Administrator privileges and the account on the domain controller that mounts the TrueCrypt drive has Domain Admin privileges.

I use the exact same procedure on an SBS 2003 domain with no problems.
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Please open REGEDIT and navigate to (BEWARE - INCORRECT CHANGES TO THE REGISTRY CAN DISABLE YOUR SERVER - SO TREAD CAREFULLY):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\lanmanserver\parameters\IRPStackSize
What is the setting set to?
If set to 15 (default value), please carefully change the value to 25, close REGEDIT and reboot the server.
Please then try to map a drive and hopefully your problem will have gone away.
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I had tried that with no success.  Thanks for reminding me that I needed to restart before the change takes place.  Everything working fine now.
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