Unable to access the files

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In our environment some of the system are not able to access the network files. We have Windows 2003 AD Setup.

when access the \\servername\foldername We are getting the below errors

Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.

Not enough quota is available to process this command.

When processing Task Manager:

The application failed to initialize properly (0xc000012d). Click on OK to terminate the application.

When opening Excel:
null is not a valid Win32 application

I have increased the Virtual memory & performed netsh winsock reset command.This is happening with few windows XP machines in the network.

Why this is happening? What is the permanent solution for this?

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IT Manager
Commented:
Does this happen when you logon as Domain Admin onto the PC's - could be a Group Policy/permission issue.....
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Windows XP - "Not enough server storage is available to process ...
http://blogs.hzsolutions.com/vnd/archive/2008/01/11/windows-xp---not-enough-server-storage-is-available-to.aspx

Here is the MS kb article on the subject.....

Description of the IRPStackSize parameter in Windows 2000, in Windows XP, and in Windows Server 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/285089

You may wanna try this:
This problem is caused by changing the system drive
letter or by changing the default security provider.

If your system drive letter has changed, undo the actions
that caused it, or:

1. Use the Registry Editor to navigate to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\Default
s\Provider.

2. In each Provider key, edit the Image Path value to
match the new drive letter.

3. When you are finished, exit the Registry Editor and
shutdown / restart your computer.

If the default security provider has changed:

1. Restart your computer in Safe mode by pressing F8
during startup.

2. Use the Registry Editor to delete the following keys:

HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\Provid
ers

HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-20
\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\Providers

3. Exit the Registry Editor and shutdown / restart your
computer.
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Commented:
When login to the machine as administrator, I am able to access the files with out any errors.

Which Group policy settings need to be checked?

I have formatted the machine due to this problem and after formatting the machine also it's giving the error.

Any help?

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Commented:
What value to be set for IRPStackSize parameter.
SteveIT Manager

Commented:
are you still having the problem ?

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Commented:
Problem is not resolved yet.

When login to the machine as administrator, I am able to access the files with out any errors.

Which Group policy settings need to be checked?

I have formatted the machine due to this problem and after formatting the machine also it's giving the error.

Any help?
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"What value to be set for IRPStackSize parameter."

Whats it now?

Try going up in increments of 3 until you get to the mid 30's.....

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